Sunday, April 24, 2011

Lico's Easter Wandering 2011

Just this afternoon, I went to a Taoist Temple (I forgot the name though) in Scout Madrinan, West Triangle, Quezon City near Dragon Badminton Center. After that, I've decided to walk from Scout Madrinan to West Avenue. It was great exercise.

I somewhat reached my limit when I walked past Kamay-Kainan so I took a jeep to SM North. I walked all over SM North to find a barbershop (my Bieber hair is coming back *epic frown*) but sadly I saw none. After browsing through Fully Booked, I've decided to eat at my favorite Pakistani foodplace Kabab and Curry in the food court. I've decided to try their vegetarian dishes. One was a spicy chickpea stew and the other (a new favorite of mine) mung daal. Mung Daal is a bean stew mostly made of mung beans or "monggo" in Tagalog. Both dishes were delicious. I've decided to learn to cook those dishes.

After my dinner, I walked some more and then went home. Upon reflecting on my latest journey, I've learned a few things.

1. There is a Chinese temple in West Triangle along Scout Madrinan. Albeit well-concealed, it's there.

2. I know where the office of the MTRCB (Movie and Television Review and Classification Board) is. I have no love for censors but they suspended Willie Revillame so I've decided to back off.

3. I found a martial arts gym (Strikes Unlimited) along Timog on my way to West Avenue. They teach Boxing, Muay Thai and Jujitsu.

4. Mung Daal is delicious and it should be part of my staple diet because it's nutritious plus it's low in fat.

Happy Easter.

UPDATE: I've just found out that the dal dish I ate is called Daal Makhani. My bad.

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