, by curiouskatrina
My bestfriend from Iloilo was in Talisay City (Negros Occidental) for a work-related seminar and on her last day, we gave her a little tour of the place. Well, when you're in Talisay, you've got to see the Ruins.
The mini-mansion was a husband's tribute for his lovely wife. A gift that would hopefully signify his love. During the Japanese occupation, the Americans burned the house so the former won't use it as a headquarters. They said that it took 3 full days to burn most of the house. Now, even that the Ruins is but a skeletal feature of what it has been, one could still see how it was beautifully made.
Finally done renovating my home in Sim Social!!! I've been so inspired look at photos from different Sim Social-related sites that I opted to have a theme for my house. I don't like having messy rooms with hodge podge of things in it. Thankfully the Japan-week came in just the right timing!!! A lot of the stuff really fitted well in my home. :D I'm a happy kid!
I will start my room-by-room tour of my Sim's house from the gate. I unlocked the lot just for this! Sorry for the giantic bling. I ran out of enegy :|
My front yard!
A friend from Manila went home to Bacolod last night so we arranged to dine with her and I suggested to go to a Korean Restaurant! My other friend, Metz, whom I dub as a pseudo-Korean (because of her K bf) was very thoughtful enough to be our eonnie/older sister and taught us how to eat this and that. She was making hungit (what's the Tagalog/term for that???) food to us, even to CJ :)) It was so fun! I was so full but I kept on eating! It wasn't that spicy after all! Was I a Korean on my past life?
We had three side dishes for the Sangyupsal. One the first photo is the Balatong/Long beans, on the photo above is Radish Kimchi, and the one below is Kimchi