My aunt came home one afternoon from a get-together with friends. She told us they went to a new cafe along the diversion road in the city. She said that the food was good. It was not accessible by public transportation so when my cousins invited me to go with them, I dropped everything. I cannot pass up the opportunity.
The cafe is named Roadtrip. It is a both a carwash and a cafe. So while you wait for your car to be washed, you can dine in their cafe. The cafe was cozy and breezy with all the open windows.
I love the stairs. They are made of old tires that are filled with concrete.
The cafe is pet-friendly. We brought my cousins’ mini-pinscher and she felt at home.
There is also a backyard with ducks. ( I was only able to capture one duck in the photo.)
This is what we ordered- longsilog (longganisa, fried rice and egg) and bacon cheeseburger.
This is the bacon cheeseburger upclose. It was delicious. (Disclosure: I went back with friends. Twice.)
Since we went to the Roadtrip Cafe early in the afternoon, we went to a roadtrip (literally!). This time… to the beach!
I sometimes forget that we live near the beach. One can just rent a cottage here for P50 (~$1).
My cousins’ dog went for a swim.
On the way the beach, we crossed the Masao bridge. The bridge crosses the Masao river.
There are people who make a living from the river.
We also went to the nearby barangay, Lumbocan, out of curiousity. We found this beautiful fishpond.
Oh, we passed by the area where pots of bougainvillea were sold. I love bougainvillea.
We called it a day since our youngest roadtripper was already tired.
Have you explored your hometown lately?