01 Dec2007

Ivan ManDy of Old Manila Walks, sent me an email and one of the tours he described sounds wonderfulW Please go to his site and those of other sponsors including Anton of Our Awesome Planet for more details:

Special Cultural Tour!
The ULTIMATE Kapampangan Show-off!

Journey to the central heartland as we immerse ourselves in things Kapampangan! From Baroque to Betute, its fun-filled day as we poke around and get intimate with the very best of Pampanga’s cultural offerings. Gawk at the jewel-box of church in Betis while wading through the lahar-buried town of Bacolor. We’ll stuff ourselves silly with the best Kapampangan fare by one of the country’s best known Pampango chefs! To it cap-off, we’ll have front-row view of the most dazzling display of Kapmpangan artistry- the Ligligan Parul Festival of San Fernando! A tour with nothing but Kapampangan cool!

The Tour Experience
* Betis Church* Town of Bacolor*Claude Tayag’s Bale Dutung Restaurant* Pampanga Specilaty Shops* Giant Parul Festival in San Fernando

When: Saturday, December 15, 2007 (whole day)
Rate: P4500.00/head (full board, includes: transfers, meals,tour and Parul festival seats)

This tour is brought to you by Our Amazing Planet, Ivan About Town and Manila Boy and yours truly.

* Please take note that schedules may change, best to walk by the website for confirmation.

 

COMMENTS:

  1. wysgal says:

    I did read about that, although the price tag seems really steep. Would be better if they probably broke down the components of the Php4500 for more transparency.

    Dec 1, 2007 | 9:55 pm

     
  2. Naz says:

    I have been wanting to join this Kapampangan Tour. Unfortunately, our vacation does not coincide with the tour’s date. I hope one day before my soul depart this Awesome Planet…

    MM, Our Amazing Planet? Should it not be Our Awesome Planet?
    Link below
    http://www.ourawesomeplanet.com/awesome/2007/11/thanksgiving.html

    Dec 2, 2007 | 12:28 am

     
  3. Maria Clara says:

    Claude Tayag is one of the region’s best chef but to dine in his place is quite exorbitant. His OXO sauce – I do not know if he gave it a new name or phased it out is good in almost anything – steak, grilled chicken, seafoods, etc. I know it is not open to the public but only to a group of 10 diners and by reservation. His lechon kawali is very good. Obviously, the man knows what he is doing. He keeps his cuisine to people who are willing to splurge – it will really tear down your wallet!

    Dec 2, 2007 | 6:43 am

     
  4. corrine says:

    I think the Kapampangan Tour may not be too expensive if you think about the cost of entrance fees, food, and transpo from Manila. Yes, it would help to know which things are covered and not.

    Dec 2, 2007 | 7:09 am

     
  5. Marketman says:

    Naz, you are right. I took the bold section of the post from the email from OldManilaWalks… but yes, it is Our Awesome Planet as indicated in the first paragraph… :)Sorry, Anton…

    Dec 2, 2007 | 9:56 am

     
  6. ninz says:

    contact details for the kapampangan tour? i love the cuisine. i have to agree the price is a bit expensive for a day’s tour.

    Dec 4, 2007 | 12:38 pm

     
 

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