Because the wine cellar was already full, we just sat outside. I thought it was going to be really hot and humid out there, but I was dead wrong. The garden was cool and the ambiance is really nice. Posh, even. I think it would be more romantic at night.
Beside the bakery is the The Pink House Restaurant. They mainly serve French cuisine. So if you’re dying to try their famous escargot (a fancy name for snail), that is the place to go. Josh and I haven’t dined there yet, but we’re planning too. Hopefully, some time soon. If you can’t find it, I’m sure this guide will be a big help.
I think ‘bland’ is the best word to describe its taste. Thankfully, there’s lemon. That sweet, tangy, bright yellow citrus fruit that can freshen the air with its mild, lemony scent, clean hard-to-remove stains and detoxify the body with its anti-oxidant properties. Whenever I feel like I need to drink something else, I just buy lemons and make lemon water.
Up until recently, I learned that apart from giving water a sweet, citrus-y taste, putting a slice of lemon on a glass of water and drinking it on a daily basis has many health benefits. What’s more? It can also improve hormonal imbalance (now, where did I read that? I’m sure I read it somewhere). My interest was totally piqued! I started drinking lemon water first thing in the morning and I did notice some differences on how my body functions. I have more energy now than ever, and I don’t have to worry much about constipation, which means I’m sold and I’m going to make it a habit from now on.
Sounds easy to do, however. You see, lemons aren’t like bananas here, wherein you can buy a kilo for a dirt cheap price. The cheapest I know is Php 150.00 per kilo but the lemons are close to rotting at that. Plus, I don’t think I can go on slicing lemons every morning when there are other stuff I have to do as soon as I get up. So I did some research on the web and discovered that one way to save me time from slicing lemon every morning and to help me save ka-ching is to make lemon cubes! Now why didn’t I think of that? What made me more ecstatic about the discovery is that it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to do it.