Silangang Nayon is one of the best and most desirable restaurant located in Province of Pagbilao, Quezon. My SIL was celebrating her birthday last February. If you enter here you can see the different kind of statue animals and the stunning view of restaurant houses on stilts with a long food bridge. The order will be delivered using an airplane suspended on a cable, sort of zipline delivery it’s very different. And you can admire the place, the stunning view of Pagbilao Bay, Pagbilao Power Plant, Pagbilao Grande Island, and Patayan Island with visible white sand beaches from a far. Anyhow, one of the best food served in this celebration are steam capiz in oyster sauce, sinigang na hipon, spyribs, fried chicken, fresh buco juice and java rice.
Silangang Nayon has hotel rooms available for overnight accommodations, we did not stay here because our home is near this place. I t’s almost 5 kilometers only from our home. Anyway, it’s just easy to go there Comute to Pagbilao, Quezon: Board Buses to Lucena City either via Lucena Lines, Jam Transit or Jac Liner, it’s better to board one with Dalahican signboard for by its passes by SM City Lucena. In Lucena you transfer to jeepneys going to Pagbilao. Then you just stop in Greenview Hotel and beside of this hotel they have many passengers tricycle going to Silangang Nayon.
Every Saturday at 3:00 o clock in the afternoon we are doing activity with my neighbors. This is a photo of divine mercy goes to every home. And by this Saturday we switched our next-door neighbors. This is a good work, we pray rosary, novena, and sharing with each other, it also experienced when I was a child because I’m always with my grandmother.
Then one time we’ve discussed each other about the trip or visit in Luminous Church located at Agdangan, Quezon. One of the colleagues Brother Hector he is the lector or assistant of the priest, inviting us that we go to Luminous Church . According to him this is the one beautiful church in the Philippines, and it is different compare to the other church. Then I look at the internet and I saw the beautiful and unique texture of church. This church is luminous of Grace, St. Isidore Parish. I captured an image from Google, to attach my blog here, thank you Google. This is the pride of Agdangan, Quezon, hopefully we visit there, and see the beauty of LUMINOUS CHURCH IN AGDANGAN, QUEZON.
Every month of May have many places celebrates the festival. A small town of Tayabas, Quezon they celebrate the number one tradition in Mayohan sa Tayabas or it is famous hagisan ng suman every 15th of May at 3:00 in the afternoon. The hagisan ng suman and other pabitin as their sweet celebrating as yearly panata or sacrificial devotion to San Isidro, Labrador, was a Spanish day laborer known for his goodness toward the poor and animals. He is the Catholic patron saint of farmers and of Madrid and of La Ceiba, Honduras.
Anyway about the hagisan ng suman parade is one opportunity to share the prosperity of people. They have bundles of suman pabitin or display in front of house. As the image of San Isidro Labrador passes by pabitin should implied of its colorful display of abundance, which further suman, includes banana, buko, pineapple and other summer fruits. Hagisan ng suman is full of joy for both the giver and the receiver.
This picture below when my family make a suman or sticky rice.
Saint Anne also Ann or Anna, from Hebrew Hannah, meaning “favor” or “grace” of David’s house and line, was the mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus Christ according to Christian and Islamic tradition, base on my research on wikipedia. My hubby and I attending the Novena in this church who answers our prayers and St. Anne give the miracle to all the devotees and people who faith and trust for her. The Novenas are held every Tuesday and there is a particular dedication or blessings. My hubby and I attending every 5:00 pm in the afternoon which is Pagsisiyam Kay Santa Ana.
This candle in this photo have a meaning based on their color, you can put pink color for the couple wish to have a baby or para sa mag asawang gustong magkaanak. The blue candle is for the sickness o sa mga may sakit. Violet is for the soul or sa mga kaluluwa. The green color is for the other wish.
Here is the way to go there: From Pagbilao, just follow the National Highwaygoing to Atimonan. Go past the Y-junction at Binahaan by taking the left branch. After KM post 148, notice that the road goes straight for a long stretch. Go past LocohinBridge(BinahaanBridge). In the vicinity of where KM post 149 used to be is a right turning curve. Along this curve is MalicboyBridge. After the bridge, the road goes straight again for as far as you can see. Then the road comes with a a left turning curve.
Along this curve, find St. Anne Shrine on the left side. Also in the same vicinity is the Barangay Hall of Silangang Malicboy which you would find to your right. You must exercise extra caution when driving to the parking area or walking across the road, since this part of the highway is a “compound curve”, meaning after the left turning curve, a right turning curve immediately follows. It other words, be cautious of incoming vehicles and the ubiquitous motorcycles.
The image of St. Anne Church and the candle garden. (St.Anne Parish and Diocesan Shrine)
The town of Lucban Quezon is known as the famous pansit lucban, langgonisang lucban, and Pahiyas Festival. The Pahiyas Festival is celebrated in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers. Every 15th month of May this is the one of the Philippine’s most colorful festival and tourist attraction. They change the route of Pahiyas Festival every year, for the reason that to give other houses to decorate. They have a Pahiyas Festival Decorations contest, the grand prize is cost P 100,000.00, the first price is cost Php 80,000.00, second is cost Php 60,000.00 and the third is cost Php 15,000.00 and they have more consolation prices which is cost Php 5,000.00. The most familiar to all is the colorful kipping decoration it is made of rice with a leaf-shaped wafer design. Most of the houses have a colorful kipping decoration. It is the one decoration that gives the shining and fantastic Pahiyas Festival. I know that the best time to watch the Pahiyas is early in the morning because you can see the procession of the image of San Isidro that will pass along this route, as if blessing the families and for plentiful harvest during the coming planting season.
My hubby and I went to Lucban, Quezon at 6:30 pm it’s almost 30 minutes from our town of Pagbilao, Quezon. The houses of Lucban are decorated with fruits, vegetables, kipings, carabao which is symbolized the farmers, the different decorations when you see the lifestyle in the farm. They have much beautiful attraction; I want to take a photo of full view houses decorations but they have many people to captured and walk.
Kamayan sa Palaisdaan in Tayabas, Quezon is very popular in Quezon, Province. This is along the high-way of Lucban, Quezon. It can be described as a floating restaurant, because it surrounded by water, and the walkway is made up of bamboo tree. The surroundings are very native Filipino with many Nipa Hut replicas all over the place where a group of people can choose to eat their lunch and dinner. They have a mini zoo, fish pond, live band in the evening at the El Pescado Bar Cafe, and place when you can celebrate the birthday party or weeding and etc. The place also represents what its name suggests, Kamayan sa Palaisdaan or eating with bare hands in a fish ponds. Because most of all residents in Quezon, Province used bare hands to eat. This place is very attractive, you can feel the good atmosphere and very comfortable place. The food is very yummy and native, like Ginataang Tilapia, Sinigang, Ihaw-ihaw at iba pa!
Anyway, my co-officemate was inviting us to treat her first salary in her new job here in Kamayan sa Palaisdaan. We ordered ginataang tilapia, sinigang na hipon, inihaw na spyribs. After a heavy dinner we proceed to the El Pescado Bar Café and we ordered 6 bottles of Tanduay Ice. We really enjoy as group date in this place.
Tree planting is very important. Trees have always played an important part in people’s lives, from providing shade and maintaining the beauty of the place to fruits and flowers that attract to each other. Whenever you are around trees you feel a sense of peace and calm and more importantly, protection. If you are concerned about saving the planet, then tree planting is what you should be considering on top priority. Because today they have many calamities like typhoon Sendong attack in our country. Trees are very important to prevent the typhoon or other calamities and it is part of every community. Our streets, parks, playgrounds and backyards are lined with trees that create a peaceful, aesthetically pleasing environment. Hoping that many people have a discipline and they always think that the nature is important especially to all illegal loggers. Because anytime we don’t know what will happen to us.
Last Aug. 8, 2010 we have a tree planting project with the support of DENR in Atimonan, Quezon. It is a project of our company that all the staff is always cooperates to this project. It is very nice project; hope that all the company like this…