The Canadian bid support specialists and I is anticipating for long weekend at the end of this month, that would be a four days off. From my previous posts, apart of moving to another unit, and a slumber party, I have mentioned a lot of things to do. I hope I could fulfill all of it. If time permits, I am eyeing to spend the holidays in my cousin's beach house in Olongapo. I wanna try their brand new and specialized cottage holidays. We all need and deserve a break to enjoy and to fill the gaps between work, family, and friends. I been to Olongapo City before and what I love about the place is the seafood, the Subic safari, and the beach. I'm planning to visit the Ocean Adventure if I could find a good deal of the entrance ticket since its lean season. Hopefully, I would be able to shop some kitchen wares in the free port too, I heard, good and imported kitchen stuff are cheap there because its tax free. Hmmmm, too many things to do but the time and money are limited, lol! With this long list in my mind, I'm keeping my fingers crossed to let this all things happen and for me to stick to my master plan.
Browsing some pictures on my friends Facebook accounts, I came across with beautiful pictures of Japanese food from an acquaintance in college whose now working in a hotel in Dubai. I've tried Japanese food before but I found the taste bizarre, I love the California maki and Tokyo Tokyo's chicken teriyaki though. What captured my attention is the preparation. Japanese food is a work of art. When I was working at Hotel Fleuris in Palawan where We Be Sushi Restaurant caters Japanese foodies in the city, I had a chance to experience and taste some Japanese food like, tempura, ebi sushi, sashimi, and my favorite, the tempura fried ice cream. I saw how the foodies were prepared. Honestly, I'm not a fan of the taste but I am the number one fan in terms of food presentation.
When I saw this picture, I second thought of trying Japan food. The pictures are so tempting and pleasing to the eye, I’m going to post each dish from that platter above next time. Perhaps, I could try this on the holiday since uk holidays is coming up and I don't have a plan yet. What Japanese restaurant would you suggest? I heard Izakaya Taisho Restaurant in Malate is good, isn’t it?