Category Archives: Quezon

Typography: Starhorse Lines

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Starhorse Lines vessel at Dalahican Port, Lucena

A RoRo vessel bound for Marinduque at Dalahican Port in Lucena.

Yolanda in Real

November 10, 2013: Trash mostly plastic were washed ashore in the beach of Real town in Quezon province. An aftermath of typhoon Yolanda that was felt here in the evening of November 8.

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Drag Reduction Improvisation

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Coca-Cola plastic bottle attached to the outrigger to lessen drag

Quezon Tamales

Similar to machang dim sum except for the packaging.

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Wrapped in banana leaf and tied with straw

Lucban Longganisa

This sausage from Lucban, Quezon is garlicky and salty and it is usually seasoned with vinegar when eating.

With this, you’d want to eat more rice. That good

With this, you’d want to eat more rice. That good

Palengke

A public market has more character than a supermarket. It’s so vibrant and colorful. It’s where you can observe local trade, find and sample local stuff and learn. It’s entertaining. It’s the type of chaos that I love.

Tayabas Market

See that seller, when you buy from her, you help her directly instead of helping big corporations (e.g.  SM Supermarket)

See that seller, when you buy from her, you help her directly instead of helping big corporations (e.g. SM Supermarket)

Vegetation on Mansonry Structure

Majayjay Church Bell Tower Majayjay Church Door Majayjay Church Wall

Malagonlong Bridge

Malagonlong Bridge

Pansit Habhab

A type pf Filipino noodle dish from Quezon province that is usually eaten without utensils and directly from the banana leaf which serves as plate wherein you season the noodles with vinegar.

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An assortment of spiced vinegar to season the noodles

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The banana leaves will be used as plate for the noodles

The Carabao

These carabaos are being utilized to lug wood used to make furnitures in Real, Quezon.
Carabao

Carabao lugging wood

beast of burden

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