Archive | November 2012

House of Waffles: Eggs – Just the Way I Like Them

How do you like your eggs?

Baguio House of Waffles western skillet

The western skillet: Country fried potatoes topped with fresh eggs (cooked your way), shredded cheddar cheese, diced bell peppers, tomatoes, green onions, two strips of bacon and two sausages with toast all in a skillet. *shyeeew that was a long menu description =b

Baguio House of Waffles menu

The menu…at least one of them front and back. (Sorry for the cut sides guys. I was taking photos then just so I have a reference for what to order when we came back next. ^^,)

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Choco-Late de Batirol and the Cold Days …and Hot Days in Baguio

Going on a mission to inspect what the Manor has in store for the holiday season 2012 (I’m referring to their garden décor), Race and I also returned to Choco-Late de Batirol to see what’s changed since we’ve been there two years back.

Chocolate de Batirol sign

To provide you with a contrast of that visit and this visit, let me first Read More…

Iggy’s Bonuan Seafood Restaurant: Bangus and More of the Simple Things in Life

Passing by South Drive (a lot *hihi), I found myself wondering what the ambiance was like at Iggy’s Inn.  I had the perfect excuse for going in, the Bonuan Seafood Restaurant.  (Brings back memories, hearing this restaurant advertised on the radio when I was young. ^^,)

One rainy night, Race and I found ourselves in the middle of a rain shower on South Drive.  No place else to go for shelter and food but Iggy’s.

Painting of Iggy's Inn and Bonuan Seafood Restaurant

Iggy’s Inn and Bonuan Seafood Restaurant depiction on canvas

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