CROSSROADS | DUMAGUETE SANS RIVAL
We still had an hour and a half before the boarding time. The ferry will take us finally to the port of Dapitan. First things first we need to maximize our time . So Mr. C of LakadPilipinas and I checked out the place to go for a delicious home-baked pastries in the province of Dumaguete. I think that’s what they are famous for.
I ordered a lasagna and a loaf of Mocha Sans Rival which I brought as something to eat while on board. Seriously, it was really delicious .
This famous cakes and pastries of Sans Rival can be found along the street of San Jose in Dumaguete City and just near the renowned Dumaguete’s Rizal Boulevard. It’s certainly one of the best places to go when you are in a search for a variety of home-baked goodies.
I RECENTLY DISCOVERED THERE ARE POST CARD BLOGS OUT THERE. SINCE MOST OF THE TIME I’M ALWAYS ON THE ROAD , I REALIZED IT WOULD BE A GREAT IDEA TO CREATE A POSTCARDS SERIES HIGHLIGHTING MY TRAVEL ESCAPADES WHILE ON THE ROAD. A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS SO IT DESERVES A SEPARATE BLOG ENTRY. THIS IS A GOOD EXCUSE TO POST PHOTOGRAPHS WHEN YOUR BLOGGING LIFE IS OUT FOR GOOD WORDS AND A REMARKABLE IDEA TO GIVE MY PHOTO GALLERY AN AMPLE SPACE TO BREATHE.