It’s Amy’s birthday today and she will treat us for dinner. Some of my care bear co-members (my office mates in reality) were elated to go back at Dampa in Macapagal Boulevard for seafood delight. But Amy declined because we had frequented the area from past several occasions. She wanted to eat something new this time. More suggestions came up until we ended up at Mesa, Filipino Moderne in Greenbelt 5, Makati.
Right after our hefty meal with my co-carebear members at Mesa, Food Moderne in Greenbelt 5, Makati City we set off for dessert delight at St. Marc Café in Greenbelt 3.The café originally came from Japan and is eyeing for branch expansion to several Asian countries which includes the Philippines.
It was Friday and payday, I got out early from my office for a mall stroll. My hubby was still busy with his work so off I toured around at Landmark, Glorietta and finally at kitchen wares of SM Makati. I was so tired and hungry when my hubby fetched me. Spaghetti and ice tea are enough to sustain the grumbling sound in my tummy. But since he was hungry too, he told me to spend our Friday night at Blue Bay Walk.
For my daughter’s 10th birthday celebration, we opted to go back to Katungkulan Beach Resort (formerly known as Cavite de Boracay) in Ternate, Cavite for another water fun adventure. Unfortunately, it was closed due to week-long training of the marines. Our Plan B was in Ternate Beach Resort, the nearest resort known for its budget rate and accessibility.
There are many coffee shops sprouting like mushrooms around the country. Whenever we are in a family getaway, my hubby being a coffee lover will sure to chill out once he spotted a unique coffee shop along the way. We will drop by to sit a while and sip the usual mocha frappe or iced latte.