Last Monday I had a meeting in Cafè Breton and the place was jam packed with older people having meetings too- Wow! What a shocker. No sarcasm there. Really. We then left the place to look for another restaurant to eat in. After passing by Tus, Contis, Brothers Burger, and other restaurants; we have finally found a cute secluded Japanese restaurant called ButaMaru behind Zora and along the right side of Brothers Burger.
The Ramen was really good. It’s a bit salty at first, but then you get used to the taste. Is ordered a Shio, which is their best seller and the meat inside the ramen was so soft and went so well with the noodles.
Here’s the menu of ButaMaru, so you can have an idea on the price ranges of the foodies.
I just wanna say before I go on about this new campaign I’m starting that I am so thankful because you guys liked HOHOL! I wasn’t expecting it at all and I really wish I could deliver even better blog posts like HOHOL in the future! Don’t worry, I have a lot in mind and I can’t wait to expand my mind on this blog!
Okay so here we go to I don’t play volleyball’s latest campaign. I believe that teachers are the most important beings in the world- Serioso toh! Hindi ako nangbobola para makakuha ng plus points, pero kung gusto niyo teachers why not. Hehe! Just kidding, a little! Anyways, I have had my fair share of experiences with teachers I didn’t like. Usually takot tayo sa sobrang strict na gusto mo nalang sapakin, so that’s what I’m trying to demolish. I’m gonna try to interview all the teachers out there and get you a little something extra about them. Para hindi na tayo matakot! I’m gonna dig deep and get some vital information. At hindi! Wag kayong chismoso! Nothing serious naman, maybe just some things you didn’t know about them!
If you have any suggestions feel free to tell me and I will get that interview right away!
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Here are our first victims;
“My passion is cooking. I’m from Pampanga, so I cook for my family every time I go home.”
Would you cook for a student or your students?
“I actually did before. I cooked Spaghetti and Ginataan for a bunch of students.”
“I love malling, especially in Town! My favorite place to eat there is BonChon and I love Pop Fiction. Yung She’s Dating The Gangster and Diary ng Panget! I love dancing rin, if I were in high school like you, I’d be in ZDC. I keep telling Sir. M that kaya!
“I just saw the Fault in Our Stars.”
Did you cry?
“No. I didn’t like the sad ending. I wanted hope for Hazel, pero hindi eh ang lungkot niya.”
Stay tuned every Wednesday of the week and maybe you’ll see your favorite teacher on my blog!