9/14/2009

Ruby Tuesday#16 Our Lunch In Hundred Islands


After doing some island hopping, the Marcos island jump and soaking in the waters for a half-day, we were all set and ready to have a big meal. Fortunately, our boatman, Gerry, volunteered to cook our lunch for us while we explored and took pictures in Quezon Island, Hundred Islands National Park, Alaminos, Pangasinan.

After a while, we were told that lunch was ready. Hayho! It was looking so delish! Did we use the plastic spoon and fork? Nah! The best way to eat typical Philippine food like grilled fresh fish, pork belly-both dipped in soy sauce and native lemons with newly-cooked rice is to eat barehanded; and when you down them with ice-cold coke, it's a guaranteed burping, satisfying meal.


By the way, next time I get back to Hundred Islands, I'd be sure to hire Gerry again as our boatman. He can really cook.

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11 comments:

Thom said...

Fantastic my friend. That food looks sooooo good :) Happy RT :)

Patti said...

Hmmm...a guaranteed burp, huh?

Interesting post. The lunch looks good, I think ;-)


Happy RT!

maryt/theteach said...

Sounds like you had a lovely, delicious day! Happy Ruby Tuesday!

ilanadavita said...

Nice shots; the framing of the first one is just right.

marcia@joyismygoal said...

love the perspective of the boat shot

...^^v... said...

kalami sa sinugba nga PRESKO nga isda oi! diri kay frozen kasagaran..mamingwit ka ug gusto kag presko.

thanks kau mam...bitaw, ingon bitaw, mao jud pud na akong isa ka philosophy, dare to be different, dare to dream...at least, maski mag fail when u did ur best, di naka mag wonder all ur life what would have happened...

Meikah said...

Wow a boatman and a good cook! What more can you ask for. Lami gyud! =)

life's journey said...

wow love to eat the fish with rice...happy RT! Mine is up.

Dianne said...

the composition of your first shot is perfect

Raven said...

Love that first shot! Looks like a lovely place and your picture made me feel like I was there on the water. Glad the food was good. Nice to have a boatman/chef in one.

Janie said...

How nice to have your boatman cook for you while you explore. That meal looks delicious.