(I wasn’t able to upload pictures from my cellphone camera for the past weeks. Something went wrong with my computer lately due to viruses I got from the Internet. But now it is semi-fixed and so I have a backlog of 200 pics waiting to be uploaded and some are worthy to be posted. So you will see a lot of pictures in my upcoming posts for the next few weeks… starting with the following pix from two weekends ago…)
Spent the weekend of Dec. 12 to 14 mostly in Marikina because it was the birthday of Levic. I’ll just let the pictures do the talking:
Sushiiiiii(!) which was a gift from a relative, pusit, pasta, barbeque, and other yummy dishes served for the party prepared by Sis. Happy Birthday, Levic!
It was the year’s last biggest full moon that hovered over us that weekend according to the news. Took a pic of it but it was partly hidden by clouds.
Enjoying one of my favorite comfort foods: ice cream and barquillos (crunchy sweet wafer rolls) leftovers from the previous night’s party on the rooftop slash balcony of the house.
Checking out the Marikina River scene and Bayani Fernando and his missus’ attempt to make it look great…Hmm, still smelly and it’s no Disneyland but at least it’s clean, attracting some crowds, and the residents seem to like it.
Tis the season to go bargain-hunting!: Paw and I checking out the ukay-ukay strip along the river’s banks. She got some great bargains on sandals and blouses (like 2 for P180)–not bad!
From low-end ukayan to high end ukayan (below): Passed by San Juan to check out an indoor bazaar in front of the Pinaglabanan shrine (above pic)
The San Juan ukay-ukay was selling merchandise that were branded factory overruns which include Chanel shirts, Vera Wang, etc. If you still want to check it out, it’s at the second floor of the building in front of the said shrine.
Every weekend for this month, fireworks light up the Marikina skyline at night…
So goes the weekend…