The Quezon City Memorial Circle is the place to be for folks looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of city living. Aside from the playgrounds and the bike lanes, QC Circle has so much to offer. I really wish we live nearby. These are the attractions that we saw but did not get to try. I heard they also offer boat rides but I did not see those.
The tiangge was very promising. I was not able to explore much because there was a monkey wrapped around my leg.
Organic Lugaw using organic wild rice and organic mushroom
I love these cotton sandos. I wonder where can I get them without having to go all the way to the other end of Metro Manila.
After a fun filled morning in QC Circle, we went to Manila Seedling. Again, I wanted to explore but because there was a cranky toddler who kept on pulling me, we called it a day after getting a couple of herbs, seed packets and sacks of garden soil.
We had to forego Mother’s Day lunch at Chocolate kiss. Perhaps, Father’s Day. Whachatink, dear driver dadi?