plants and trees that they grow, their bee farm and livelihood project. But first, we have to feed our growling stomach!Grr
The Camote Bread with Honey, Pesto and Mango Spreads was complement by the restaurant. I ordered mango shake and fresh lumpia with peanut butter which is so yummy! My mom ordered blue marlin and my uncle grilled squid. They were serve with red rice which we all know is very healthy with their famous vegetable salad! Yep, flowers included! I tasted the blue one and it tasted like a...flower:)
You can buy bottles of honey(ofcourse!) different flavored tea and sandwich spread. And don't forget to taste their unique malunggay ice cream or ginger ice cream.
The farm tour started after a while and my uncle is quite interesting about the topics because he has his own farm. He liked the idea of using alternative and natural pesticides.
After the bee tour, we then went to their workshop where they make hand-crafted materials, mostly weaved cloths.
They also make basket for their product. All were handmade. Filipino people are indeed very creative, right?
Some colorful paintings. Sign, One of my dreams is to learn how to paint, even just a simple canvass:)
To travel is to learn to love things we still don’t know they exist.