I've always been a homebody, I seldom go out, basically because I am too lazy to fix myself up or I am too much of a tightwad to spend a fortune out and because I don't have that many friends to party the night away. See, I've always been the type to live my life the way I want it and having a few friends to none sort of make that kind of lifestyle easier.
But now that I am reunited with some childhood friends, I am embracing a new world, a new way of living, hahaha, kidding. I just get to go out a little more often than before *grins*.
A few days ago, a grade school classmate and I met to exchange documents that we need in the preparations of our reunion, of course, we won't let it pass without a 'chikahan' session, so off we went to a nearby eatery - Samarenos (read: Samarenyos), we actually stayed longer than we should, I got to go home at 12:30am which is way past my curfew, yes, my mom still enforce a curfew on me *pouts* and yeah, I was scolded till I was near puking, hahaha.
Anyway, I had a lot of fun and I'm willing to risk another bout of scolding if it means I can have another late dinner at Samarenos with a friend.
We had Sizzling Chicken bathed in gravy and served with some buttered vegetables on the side, priced at 90 pesos. It's not that exceptional but it does serve the purpose of dousing one's hunger.
The Sizzling Sisig with egg is priced at 100 pesos, it's not that rave-worthy but it can stand on it's own among other sisig brands and for a hundred, I think it's worth the money. We both had an order of white rice and Coca-Cola.
This was taken a day after we went swimming, so the sunburn on my face was still very evident, so don't mind the pic, I just thought of posting the photo above as I look crazily happy with the food, hahaha.
Note: The photos are not that pretty, sorry, I was kinda in a hurry, I don't wanna burden my dinner and chat buddy with a long wait :P