|Sentro 1771's signature dish, corned beef sinigang.|
|Laguna stall, Market! Market!|
|J, B and Cra-C like Greenbelt Chapel.|
|Caluag, Alimango cooked in garlic butter, at Crisostomo. Yum!|
Last November 1, we went to Ateneo in the morning. The grade school was closed, but we got in Gesu, walked through the pathways near PIPAC, visited the Loyola House chapel where a wake was held for Fr. Guido Arguelles (we met his niece), saw the new swimming pool near the Comm Dept. We had lunch at Crisostomo in Eastwood Mall at past 12. I found out then that Go West is performing this November 11, 7 pm at Eastwood Mall Open Park and on the 12th at 8 pm, Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill.
|Krazy Garlic, Greenbelt 5 has terrific local fruit drinks.|
My sisters and I love Go West! One sister, AC, even sang along to the instrumentation of Indian Summer.
From Eastwood, we headed to Collezione Greenbelt 5 for map shirts. We then went to Krazy Garlic for drinks. A few stores were closed.
After Greenbelt, we went to Market! Market! to check out the food stalls that represented different parts of the Philippines. We then went to Sentro 1771 for dinner, thanks to JK and RT.
JK warned us that she was eating with her classmates at Market! Market! when a guy kept walking by with his hand inside his jacket, like he was holding his gun. He was joined by two other guys. They didn't need to pass by their table as there were a lot of empty tables in the area. J's group could not find a security guard nearby. I didn't get where they were eating. They left without eating.
We went to Ateneo because I had asked my balikbayan friends JK and BKB what they wanted to do. I suggested that we check out a spa in, say, Linden Suites. We could also try Makati. If the malls are closed, we could have pancit luglog and halo-halo at Manila Peninsula.
To which BKB said, Halo-halo sounds good, if it is necessary.
Ateneo won out because JK wanted B to see it, since they had a few Ateneo books on Fil-Chis.