“I’m a free spirit who never had the balls to be free.” – Cheryl Strayed
Mountain climbing is not my favourite activity, however, this event is bigger than my fear.
October seventh is the feast day of the Our Lady of the Rosary, a special day for rosary devotees, like the Escuderos.
To top off the whole Sulyap experience is the food paired with music, still with Fil-Hispanic influence, dine at their in-house restaurant.
What a great way to get a taste of one’s culture and heritage than to eat their food. Immerse oneself in a cozy country inn surrounded by trees and seven lakes. Experience the tradition, be a coconut baron for a day in Casa San Pablo a Bed and Breakfast in San Pablo City, Laguna.
Casa San Pablo B&B is run by husband and wife Mr. Boots and Mrs. An Alcantara. Their fascination with bed and breakfast from their previous travels made them turn their family compound into their own B&B. And they want to share the same experience to the people who visit their hometown.
Sulyap is a Tagalog word which translates as glance in English. And you will surely get a glance of the past when you step foot inside the Sulyap Gallery Café, Boutique Hotels and Restaurant. Get a dose of the old countryside lifestyle of the Tagalogs complete with old furnishings, music and food at Sulyap.