It was one of the charming bed and breakfast accommodations I’ve seen that is good for the budget. The Naga Manor, offers comfort and quite in a homey setting that is just walking distance to Naga City’s food strip, Magsaysay Ave. I was told that the mansion was a Marcos era structure (70s), that was […]
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Speak of Simbang Gabi and one thing comes to mind: FOOD of which the bibingka (rice cake) and puto bumbong are two popular fares associated with this religious activity, or with Christmas, even if its available all year round. These are usually found just outside the church gates and after mass, people stop to buy. However, while these two are true for those living in Metro Manila and probably in the Tagalog region, it is not traditional in my home province of Cebu.