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St. Pio de Pietrelcina Chapel

St. Pio de Pietrelcina Chapel is better known as the Padre Pio Church in Libis, Quezon City.

Bono Yaki Premium Seafood Restaurant


We had our first dining experience at Bono Yaki last Father's Day.  

Father's Day

June 19, 2011 was a very spercial day. Aside from the 150th birthday commemoration of our National Hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal; our family,  like most of the families all over the world, celebrated Father's Day on that day.


You maybe wondering who Romeo is in our lives...  Well, it's actually a restaurant cum gimmick place we used to frequent located along Sumulong Hi-way in Antipolo City.  Romeo's Spice and Steak Japanese Restaurant is a combination of both a Filipino kitchen and a Japanese resto.  

Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

It's my birthday and I wanted to make a wish.  I recalled a Pinoy belief that upon entering a church where you've never been before, knock and make a wish and this will surely be granted.  Hence, I decided to look for an unchartered church in Antipolo by Google search.  The Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary captured my eyes; thus, I looked for directions via the Google map. 


Our family has a yearly tradition of going on summer outing.  This year, unlike the previous years where we would usually spend it in Los Banos private pools, we decided to spend it in a beach  this time instead.  We chose the San Fabian Beach, Pangasinan for its powdery  sand though it's obviously not as white as the one in Boracay.  

Pinoy Tradition: "Pamamanhikan"

Pamamanhikan is when the man and his parents go to meet the woman's family and ask for her parents' blessings to marry their daughter.  It's also the time for the parents of the woman to get to know the parents and the family of the man.  During the pamamanhikan,  the man and his parents bring some gifts or food to be shared with the whole family of the woman.  Wedding plans are discussed and the man and the woman formally become engaged to be married.