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Boracay '09 : Food Glorious Fooooood (Part 1)


Second Bora post... now let's talk about fooooooooooood. :) Or should I let the pictures say it all instead? Okay.. maybe I will...

First stop. Jony's! :D And good news was that they had a 'Buy 1 Take 1' offer but for limited flavors only. You can choose among the following:

-Banana Shake
-Banana Peanut
-Banana Whisk
-Watermelon


Hmmmm.. Based on the selection, I'm assuming that Boracay is overflowing with Banana's lately huh? :P





We chose the Banana Whisk. It had the same taste as the usual Banana Shake with added Vanilla flavor. I'm thinking it was Vanilla Ice Cream they added. I honestly liked it. :) But I'm thinking that maybe the Watermelon may have been a more refreshing choice.


Next... BURGER at Sur..




The burger was huuuuuuge and really stuffed. It doesn't look that enticing though. Haha! But really.. it was gooooood. :)


Next... Mexican Food, big drinks and Corn in a cob at Mañana.







To be continued....

CARPE DIEM!

I'm out.

Comments

witsandnuts said…
Yum! Nakakagutom. Alam mo, pinakanagustuhan ko sa Bora yung isaw stand sa Station 2 (near Andoks). That was one of my memorable food trips. =)
Cza said…
@witsandnuts - I have a pic of that tooooo! I'll include it sa next post. :D
Eliza said…
haha.. yan ang namiss ko sa weekend namin.. magpicture ng food. sa sobrang gutom, nakalimutan ko magpicture! haha =P
princess_dyanie said…
di ko na enjoy ang shake ko sa jony's. choco banana peanut ba yun. nadala ko pa pauwi habang naglalakad sa shore haha ;)
Cza said…
@Eliza - haha! magpost ka ng pics ng beach! :D abangan ko. :)

@princess_dyanie - ay inorder din yung nung iba nameng kasama.. di ko nga din gusto yung lasa nun. hehe. yung banana whisk and watermelon masarap naman. :D
Anonymous said…
cza dapat pinost mo yung picture na tinag ko sa facebook ko, naka-kiss ka dun sa corn =) - anonyb
Cza said…
@AnonyB - Hahaha! Kakakita ko lang nung pic sa facebook.. may pic pala na ganon! :P
Rico said…
That is one HUGE drink! Mango shake ba yun?
Cza said…
Hi Rico! Yup, Mango shake sya. :D

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