After almost a month-long hiatus, I finally have the ample time to write about the Dumaguete trip continuation. On our third day, we had our brunch at Pastang Lamia. They were closed during our time of visit but since the owner is a relative of our friend, they graciously served us their food– for free! From the drinks, to the barbecue, spicy rice, and chocolate cake, I would definitely go back and pay for their food. It’s a must-go-and-dine place when in Dumaguete! It’s located right inside Habhaban since both of the owners are related.
After a hearty brunch, we decided to spend the entire afternoon lounging at the mall since it was raining that day. We went to Robinsons Place and had our merienda at no other than Sans Rival Bistro— will always go back for their yummy sweets and pinoy delicacies.
We also had our vg (victory group) there and happy to have our new friend join us. Since we had nothing else to do prior to the vg, we braved the open-space kinect at WOF (World Of Fun). So much fun! 😀
After that, we did some quick window shopping and leaped with joy when we saw a make-up store (I forgot its name) that sells asian (korean/japanese) beauty products. The sales ladies were very kind and patient with us. 😀
Later that afternoon, the rain stopped and we decided to eat (yes, whenever you’re in a vacay, you have nothing else more beaming to do than to try all their food) at Don Atilano Steakhouse.
Took a long time for the food to be served but nevertheless, their food was worth the wait! It only took us less than a couple of minutes to devour everything. Personally, their food was really good, worth the price.
And the day wasn’t complete without videoke at Whatever! Family KTV. No pictures because we were busy belting our hearts out. 😀
Our goofy faces right before sleeping! Trying out the facial masks that we bought from the asian store. It’s safe to say that their facial masks are hypoallergenic since it didn’t leave any stingy feeling on my skin (I have sensitive acne-prone skin type).
These are some snapshots right before going to the 10am service at VCF – Dumaguete taken on our last whole day in Duma. We had our hearty brunch at Bethel Guest House. If you are in a rush and still want quality food, this place is for you. It has a carinderia type of service and serving. Expect fast and great food here! And finally on our last day, it was spent early on the road going hoooome. 🙂