If eating dishes from heirloom recipes handed down from generations and then meticulously prepared sans the shortcuts and cutting corners is your thing, then The New Town Kitchen in Carigara, Leyte will certainly float your boat.
As far as I can remember, as a child any trip to Tacloban would only mean one thing – PASTILLAS! This pastillas isn’t your run-off-the-mill kind. Unlike most pastillas, this pastillas is made of carabao’s milk instead of cow’s milk and requires intensive cooking and much attention which pales in comparison to the no-cook pastillas de leche.
all in one gadget for walking: a phone to call the driver to fetch me kung mag panic attack ko in the middle of my walking session. an audio player so i can play my catwalk songs while mincing the streets of ormoc. and a pedometer to make sure i’ve walked 5-6 miles and 7000 steps. and a solar charger just in case you run out of batteries.