Roosters sound the 4:00-5:00 AM wake up call for farming and fisher folk families in remote regions of the Philippines. Rural families begin preparing breakfast and doing chores such as fetching water, bathing, and getting the children ready for school. Most chores are done by the women with the children helping out. The men tend to have an erratic fishing schedule based upon the season, but will usually go fishing very early in the morning or spend time feeding and tending to their animals.
Laki Minguillo was a very down-to-earth grandfather, public figure, a baker of kakanins and a farmer who wanted to surround his home with different garden flowers, plants and fruit trees. Today those trees continue to nourish his children and grandchildren as they pay tribute to him and his ancestral home by calling it ‘Casa Minguillo’.
Brand new unit ( studio type)w/aircon 10 minutes travel via tricycle going to town,palengke, grocery store (csi) Free parking
“Gran lugar para viajeros de tránsito.”