Where to Eat In Lucban, Quezon the Korean Way? Dun-ai!

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

     "E di sa Dun-ai"!!! Prolly you've heard this or don't. But for Lucbanins (native of Lucban, Quezon Province), the expression 'doon ai'/'dun-ai' means doon or there when someone asks the question "where?". So when someone asks you "where to eat in Lucban the Korean Way? The no-brainer answer is Dun-ai! Yes, at Dun-ai Hotel and Restaurant.

     Dun-ai Hotel and Restaurant is a local lodging and restaurant located across Kamay ni Hesus. It started its operation last 2017 as a hotel to accommodate guests traveling to Lucban, Quezon for the purpose of visiting Kamay ni Hesus- a healing church founded by Fr. Joey Faller that serves as a pilgrimage site for everyone who wants to repent, give thanks and pray for healing. For more information visit their official website Kamay Ni Hesus.

Where To Eat in Lucban, Quezon the Korean Way? Dun-ai!

OOTD: Pahiyas Festival

Saturday, August 24, 2013

     Here's a super late OOTD post. I was emptying my recycle bin yesterday and saw these outfit photos from our summer vacation at Lucban, Quezon. We stayed there for three days and luckily was able to celebrate one of the grandest festival in our country- The Pahiyas Festival. Have you seen colorful leaf shape decorations on television ads or from random things? Those leaf shape designs are called Kiping. It's made of malagkit/sticky rice and shaped into leaves symbolizing bountiful harvest. Pahiyas Festival is celebrated every 14th of May in honor of St. Isidore for giving farmers rich and bounty harvest throughout the year. 

     Since it's summer, I opted to wear something very light and comfortable from head to toe! And because the highlight of the celebration was to roam around the town to see houses decorated with colorful and awesome kipings, I decided to wear my super comfy sandals. 
Pahiyas Festival


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