Finally, I have a personal blog. Adding to my growing number of blogs is Blogging Frenzy, with my name uncharacteristically figuring itself into the blog’s URL.
I once thought that my other blog, Nurse in Cyberspace, is rightfully my personal blog. But the lure of potential earnings in blogging made me lose focus. Everytime I visited Nurse in Cyberspace, I felt detached from it.
If there’s something I really want to have right now, it is Giacomino’s Veggie Good Pizza. Frankly, thinking of having pizza at 4:00 a.m. is quite uncharacteristic of me because unlike Lyle, I don’t usually get these I’d-give-an-arm-and-a-leg-for-pizza episodes.
Eversince I tried Veggie Good Pizza during a Plurkfiesta at Giacomino’s Pizza Restaurant in General Santos City (within East Asia Royale Hotel compound), I have been having early-morning cravings for pizza. Lately, I have been imagining myself digging into slice after slice of Veggie Good Pizza with its crispy crust and soft dough sprinkled with the right amount of cheese, mushrooms, bell peppers, and corn kernels. Yummy!
You went to a dive resort in Sarangani and you didn’t even dive? What were you thinking?!
This was my friend’s reaction when I told her that I and a group of blogger friends visited Lemlunay Dive Resort, Sarangani’s Paradise, as part of my SarGen escapade. She dives regularly so she hates me for having passed up on an awesome diving experience.
Tuna cuisine for me is limited to deep-fried tuna fillets, inihaw na panga, and the occasional paksiw or deep-fried tuna tail. But dining at General Santos City’s JAMS Resto Bar really opened my eyes to the wonders and endless possibilities of tuna cuisine.
Imagine feasting on sauteed tuna innards, sizzling tuna tendons, tuna kilawin, tuna kebab, and tuna bagaybay along with tuna kinilaw, grilled tuna belly, and deep-fried tuna tail. A pure gastronomic bliss, I tell you! Everything was delicious that I thought only somebody who can work wonders in the kitchen can whip up a feast like that.
As part of our GenSan trip, Avel MananSala of GenSantos.com made sure that we make a side trip to Polomolok so that we can visit the Trappistine Monastery in Barangay Landan. Afterwards, we proceeded to Pagalungan, Polomolok so we can have lunch at Dolores Farm Resort.
When we arrived at the Dolores Farm Resort’s restaurant and bar, we were immediately ushered to our table by Mr. Bernard Lauron, Dolores Farm Resort’s very able manager. Our table had a very good view of the resort grounds so as Lyle, Avel, Marzz, Orman, and I listened to Mr. Bernard Lauron talk about the resort and their offerings for their guests, I openly admired how well-maintained Dolores Farm Resort is.