Hi my dear readers, I am starting a new tradition in Coffeehan. Every month, I will be featuring a person afflicted with the travel bug. These are the seasoned travelers, the seat sale waiters, and the travel tips experts. Because we all love traveling, why not learn a thing or two from these people?
Our first featured traveler is a good friend of mine, Carlo Dominguez, also known as “Cai.”
Have you seen a steakhouse on top of a car wash? Nope? Well then you haven’t been to Bambang and you haven’t tried Red Baron, which I will remember most for being a steakhouse on top of a car wash. Hey maybe that’s a good reference when you come looking for it, ask the driver to take you to that steakhouse on top of a car wash. Okay, I mentioned it three times already so if you miss this place still then I don’t know anymore. I just feel that I should emphasize the setup of this resto because my friend who lives within the area didn’t know that Red Baron exists. She was under the impression that Red Baron is a car wash. But it’s not, so let’s start the review.
Hello my loves, my countrymen, my dear readers! After almost three months of hiatus, Coffeehan is back with a vengeance. Welcome to my new home and that’s right, Coffeehan now owns a domain! And that’s just one of the wonderful changes that I made on this blog. During my absence, I got busy trying to breathe new life to this Coffeehan. Among the things that I did during this revamp project are the following:
There are some images, memories, or people I associate with certain places. Banaue for the rice terraces, butanding (whale shark) for Donsol, Sinulog for Cebu, Black Nazarene for Quaipo, and basaan-ng-tao, festival for San Juan. Sadly, the only association I could conjure for Bataan is the Bataan Death March; that grim part in Philippine history where an estimated 2,500 to 10,000 Filipino and American soldiers died during their forced transfer from Mariveles, Bataan to Capas, Tarlac. It took a recent trip to Bataan, in a company summer teambuilding to change all that. Today, when I hear the name of Bataan, I remember this place I like to call, “Little Vigan.” It’s a heritage park tucked away in the historic town of Bagac; Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar.