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Friday, March 28, 2008

Filipino Restaurant in Las vegas

During our trip to Las Vegas, I never forget to tell hubby to find a Filipino restaurant so I could eat some filipino dishes that I really missed in the Philippines. So, what we did was look and search the phone book and looked for Filipino Restaurant. We came across with 4 to 5 names of Filipino restaurants and one of them is DJ Bibingkahan Restaurant without so much delay we went out from our hotel room and tried to ask somebody for the directions where we could find the place. Luckily there was a Filipino guy who worked at the lobby of the hotel and asked him how we could find the place. We were able to find the place with ease, was so excited to see the many dishes you could choose from and the price is very affordable too. Hubby and I had a great lunch during that day and looked forward to dine again the next day and the rest of our stay in Vegas. Do you want to know what me and hubby ate that day for lunch during our first visit at DJ Bibingkahan Restaurant?

Hubby and I got some lechon kawali, chicken soup, chicken curry, pork adobo and of course some rice. Oh, it was so delicious!

If you are going for a trip to Las vegas don't forget to dine at DJ Bebingkahan Restaurant. It is located at 2680 S Maryland Pkwy Las Vegas (702) 732-9121. They really have a great tasting and delicious Filipino foods you love. They also serve native delicacies such as cassava cake, sapin-sapin, maja blanca, biko, suman,bibingka and many others.

A trip to Las vegas...

Hubby and I were finally able to pursue our Las Vegas trip Sunday evening. It was not really planned but hubby had been wanting to take me to Las Vegas since I haven't been there. So, after the last hours we finally decided to take the trip. We just drove from Grand Junction, Colorado to Las Vegas, Nevada which took us 8 hr drive each way. We started our trip at past 11 pm and was able to reach Las Vegas safely at around 9 or 10 Monday morning. It was a very long and tiring drive but it was worth it. Hubby and I had a great together.

We stayed at Circus Circus Hotel and Casino which was located just along Las Vegas strip. It was beautiful to see those lights at night. We were able to visit some places and took some photos. I had so much fun playing some games coz I won some stuff toys.

For the best part, we were able to dine in to a Filipino restaurant and was able to eat the foods that I was craving for so long. Finally, real food to eat! We went to this Filipino restaurant every day to eat lunch and hubby loved all the foods so much. Hubby said, he would surely miss those Filipino foods.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

My parents in Leyte............

Just got an offline message from my younger brother who is in Cebu City right now informing me that my parents are in Leyte since Wednesday. He said, he tried to contact them on the home phone since they live in Davao City but found out that Mama and Papa are in Leyte. They didn't tell me that they are going for a quick vacation since my last talk to them over the phone.

Papa was originally from Maasin, Southern Leyte, Philippines. Southern Leyte is a province of the Philippines in the Eastern Visayas Region. Maasin is the capital of the province and is considered as one of the oldest town in Southern Leyte which is now called Maasin City.

I was only seven years old then when I first visited Maasin, Leyte particularly in Paco where my father was born and where most of his families lived. We also visited Ibarra, most of the barrio names I think were after the characters in the book written by Rizal Noli me tangere if I am not mistaken.

Paco was a very small barrio and most people lived a very simple life. Papa's parents lived nearby the seashore and it was good to feel the morning breeze of the ocean. I have no idea how Paco and Maasin look like now. I know there are a lot of changes after more than 20 years have passed since my first visit but I am looking forward to visit the place again and meet relatives and families again.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Davao City, Philippines...............

Davao City, Philippines is the place I was born, raised and grew up with. It is strategically located in the Asia-pacific rim serving as gateway to both the western and eastern hemispheres of the world. Davao City is in the Southern part of the Philippines particularly in the Mindanao Region. It is one of the largest city in the world with a land area of 2,443.16 square kilometers. Being located outside typhoon-free zone, Davao City enjoys good tropical weather all year round with climatic elements that are distributed evenly.Temperatures ranges from 15 C to 34 C.

It is bounded by the province of Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur while partly on the east it faces the expanse of the Davao Gulf and the Island Garden City of Samal. Its boundary line passes through the peak of the country’s tallest mountain, the Apo at 3,142 meters above sea level. Cascading from the peak and going east down, one finds vast plains, unspoiled forests, fertile valleys, navigable rivers, and the sprawling metropolis and world-class beaches.

It is a place blessed with natural advantages. The soil is very fertile and rich in non-metallic minerals. The City has an abundant source of potable water both from underground and surface.

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Welcome to Byaheng Pinay

Finally, after many hours and days of creating this new blog of mine. I am able to choose the the right template that looks good to me. Now, I could start blogging and posting different topics, gain friends, develop my writing skills, and of course earn some money in the future.

I would like to welcome everyone to my new blog "Byaheng Pinay" this will talk about my life adventures, experiences, travel, product reviews, shopping and other general interesting topics that relate to "Byaheng Pinay".

Life itself is a journey. So, fasten your seatbelt, relax and enjoy your travel with me.
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