Breakfast at Magalawa Island

The Magalawa Escapade won't be completed without sumptous food on the dinning table. Breakfast is not the typical Filipino "silog" meal. We had steamed okra with fish sauce,  steamed rice and fried fish. I liked okra,  it was fresh picked from Nanay Auring's organic farmville. It tastes naturally sweet. Most probably the owner takes care of her veggies with extra sweetness.





The big fish  fresh catch from the sea and the sweet vegetables from Nanay Auring's farmville are very delightful. Lunch is something to look forward to, will be featured next.

4 comments:

♥peachkins♥ said...

ate congrats! dotcommer ka na!

J said...

grabe sarap nung fish oh...

demeter said...

By the way, bring fruits when you go there this summer. These will help augment the bland fare they have available on the island.

Altogether, Magalawa island is STILL truly a beautiful place to go to. Did you know there is a marine sanctuary between this island and Pulo (San.Salvador Island). I saw it once and it was BEAUTIFUL!!! Lots of corals and fish. I believe that prior permission is required and a fee of 50 per head is exacted from tourists who wish to explore there. Please contact the Tordillo family (Mily, Junior or Raymond) at SMART# 0909 341 4621 or 0907 275 6995

Chyng said...

winner ang breakfast sa island!