It's slowly sinking now.
I live 1 hour away from Manila
That sometimes sucks.
When I used to rent in Ortigas area,
everything's just 15 minutes away.
Now, civilization is
1 coaster, 1 tricycle and 1
Good thing I study in PUP and therefore have to travel to Manila every Saturday after which I usually hang out with my friends. The latest of which is in MINATO--a Korean restaurant along amber drive in Ortigas.
It's a few minutes walk from TEKTITE where we used to work so it has become our favorite place when somebody is salivating for KOREAN food. Usually Celine-lol. I have to admit, I didn't like it at first. I thought I will not want hot and spicy food but now I'm getting used to it. I guess the law of exercise is correct.
I used to eat only bibimbap since I could put a sweet sauce in it if I want. And of coarse samgeupsal which is best eaten with lettuce. Now, I can eat kimchi, Kimchi jjigae and the other jjigae I hope I could recall next time.hehe. I think I'm starting to love Korean food.
humirit pa ng pose sa harap ng mini-stop-hehe
Id say, food is our common ground. Another thing which binds us together. And since most of us are working at home and are scattered in different corners of the Metro and beyond, this bibimbap connection is indeed something to look forward to.....
thanks Joan for bringing the ca me ra---lol