Saturday, February 20, 2010

Sampaloc Lake

Instead of having a Christmas party, my barkada (group of friends)
and I decided to visit Sampalok Lake in San Pablo City, Laguna.
Known as the City of Seven Lakes, San Pablo City is an hour's drive
from Pila.

Sampalok lake is just 10 minutes walk from the main avenue.


The majestic Mt. Banahaw can be seen from the lake.


Don't leave San Pablo without trying the famous Mami ng San Pablo.


Julie's Bakeshop makes these lechon shape bread.
A cheaper substitute for the real one.


Don't like lechon? Try this giant shrimp bread instead.

8 comments:

Stella said...

That soup looks wonderful. Is that mushrooms in broth with a whole egg? If so, I love that! Wish I could get something hearty and healthful like that in these parts-not a chance though!

biyahengpinoy said...

Nice feature, if you know what I mean Ela. :)

Haha, Ela, that's a very good question. You got me there thinking for a little bit, but the answer is no. Siyempre, I haven't lost it yet. Enjoy pa ako sa pag-biyahe. (read the rest of the comment by clicking below) :)

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Sanura said...

I'm traveling the world through your blog. Love the content about fruit, in which I've never heard of before.

Stella said...

Hey Ela, where'd you go? More soups please! Oh, and pretty pictures of lobster bread...

May said...

The lechon and shrimp bread look amazing! I've never seen bread like that before :)

Bromography said...

Wow! The bread is fascinating.

Savvy said...

The lechon shaped bread is hilarious! I have to visit that bakery when I go back home. Cool post!

Ela said...

Too bad i wasn't able to buy those bread. I will definitely try it next time...

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