It was a very humid afternoon. The sun was so bright yet it was so cloudy that the sunset was not that glorious. I hope you will enjoy the following photos:
The sun was still abit bright but surrounded by the grey skies.
Camera set to sunset mode.
The weather was cloudy during the 4 days we were at Zamboanga City. We were not able to take a very nice golden sunset yet we had wonderful time seeing places within the city.
These were taken at Paseo del Mar
Thanks to the sky watch team for this great photo meme:
IMPORTANT NOTICE: All photos are not watermarked but are mine. If you want to use it in your blog, please ask permission. Thanks.
There are so many places to dine at at Paseo del Mar. But during weekends the place is typically full. We almost had a hard time finding a place to eat and just to relax while enjoying the food, the music, and the night.
We picked Pinokyo because it was not yet so crowded when we arrived.
They serve varied foods at very reasonable prices.
Dimple ordered for herself beef toppings and the california maki. I had pancit canton and this:
This cost P1.00 each. I was so impressed so i ordered 20 pcs. I think I ate more than what Dimple had.
My friends had:
~~ Lechon Kawali ~~
~~ clam soup ~~
And oh i had a whole serving of the java rice:
If you have been to Zamboanga City for a day or two and have not been to Paseo del Mar, then you miss one of the beautiful landmarks of the city. We spent 4 nights there and I was able to see and feel the place during our third night because we went there to have dinner and also have a look for the nearby areas. I was so excited to see the place. I thank Ace & Kerslyn (Davao couple), Bing & Pat (Iligan couple) for agreeing to go there once again even if you have already seen the place the night before.
Here are some of our photos: (all my photos are night shots) i wonder how the place looks like in broad daylight.
a pose of remembrance at the entrance 🙂
They said the place is full during weekends. People are there to eat, to enjoy the sea breeze, enjoy the bands (they have it on weekends), and others are just there to walk around.
these guys enjoying the distant lights and sea breeze. it showered around this time.
I enjoyed taking photos of the lamp post before finding a place to eat. And this one my fave shot of all:
The place we ate at and the food photos will be shared in another post. 🙂
This trip was related to the Mindanao Bloggers Summit 4 which was held earlier that day at the Garden Orchid Hotel. City tour was scheduled the next day yet. (that would be another post in this blog).