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It’s almost seven in the evening and finally I am home after a day long errands. I can now sit down and write about my day.
The day started by going to Maayo Medical for my daughter, Trixia’s dental prophylaxis and Zander’s doctor’s appointment for the issuance of medical certificate. He needs it to comply with the school requirements. I made a post about this at noise.cash earlier today.
We finished early, with an hour to spare before our next appointment, so we went to Maayo Medical’s roof deck to have our lunch. They have a fine dining restaurant called ANI. I thought to let my kids try the restaurant. There is a nice ambiance inside the restaurant.
The view from the top is really awesome. One can see as far as the eyes can reach. The clouds look so near yet so far. It’s the kids’ first time to reach the roof top so they first surveyed the area and have some pictures taken. While I proceed inside the restaurant to make our order.
The food is delicious and affordable. An order can be shared by three to four people so we chose different menus. We ordered lemon chicken, sweet and sour pork, lechon kawali and gyoza. We also ordered pork soup.
Danie, our driver for the day, chose iced chocolate for her drinks and Trixia ordered café latte while Zander and I opt for mango and cucumber apple shakes, respectively.
After lunch we proceed to our next appointment and that is to pick up our order of one whole lechon. A lechon is a whole roasted pig.
If you have read my articles: Surprise and Surprise Gone Wrong, link below, you would have known that my hubby arrived safely in Cebu together with his colleagues.
His colleagues are not from Cebu and they want to taste the lechon of Cebu. Cebu is famous for its delicious lechon and they asked a favor to have a lechon delivered to their hotel. Six of them asked for a kilo each.
I checked on the kilo price of the lechon and it is around Php 750 – 800 ($15 – 16) If I buy 6 kilos of lechon, it will cost me Php 4,800.00 ($96) (based on the Php 800 price). It is almost a cost of one whole lechon. So I decided to order one whole lechon which cost Php 5,000.00 ($100). This way, we will have plenty left over for our own at home.
After picking up the lechon, we went home directly so that we can start chopping the lechon.
Friday night, I went grocery shopping to buy disposable containers for the lechon and cloth bag. I have to separate it individually as they have different rooms at the hotel.
Inside the bag is the lechon, dugo dugo (pig’s blood), sauce and hanging rice.
Once everything was ready, we then again left home and proceed to Yello Hotel where my hubby was staying and three of his companions. Only the hotel’s staff greet us at the lobby as they are not allowed to leave their room. From there we proceed to Rianne Hotel, a 20 minutes drive from Yello Hotel, to deliver the rest of the bags.
Much to my surprise, there was a baggage given to my at the Rianne Hotel to be delivered to Yello Hotel. It turned out that one baggage was erroneously brought by his companion to the Rianne Hotel. So we again traversed thru the same road but at the opposite side back to Yello Hotel to deliver the baggage.
Finally, we are done with the deliveries. We proceed to SM Cebu as my eldest Kimberly, got her semi-annual bonus and she promised to replace our damaged water dispenser. After buying the water dispenser we then have a short rest and took our snacks at my favorite aunt, Auntie Anne’s.
That ends my errands of the day.
I am now finally at home and will take my rest after publishing this article.