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    by machomikemd Written Aug 31, 2010

    you can throw anything, I mean really anything against the wall! that is if you will buy the stuff that they are selling tht comes in assorted shapes and sizes and throw them to the wall while thingking of something or someone who wronged you and just releasing off steam! seems a nice way for anger management therapy would you say? the items that you will throw is arranged in order from plates, cups, tea saucers, radios, television sets, pitchers and a lot more. each item has a corresponding price and once you've paid for it, just think of the someone or something the you hate and just "fire away!!!"

    located inside the huge Isdaan Restaurant Complex.

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    Isdaan Restaurant

    by iclee Written Feb 4, 2009

    Once in Isdaan restaurant, you can try your luck and skill while traversing the 6inches cemented walkway in the middle of a fish pond. If you successfully cross to the other end, you will be rewarded by the restaurant with 1 kilo fresh fish (tilapia). Not bad for a dare. It's not that hard especially for the nimble young being who can swim. The path is littered with conch shells as obstacles. There is no fee for trying your luck but prepared to get wet if you fail. :)

    Good luck!

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    located in one of the huge gasoline complexes that dot the Northern Luzon Expressway (NLEX).

    Favorite Dish: the coffee

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    by iclee Updated Feb 4, 2009

    Huge statues adorning the entrance will truly catch your eye since they are visible at least 100 meters away. The native cabanas perched on the fish ponds is a great concept. Easy to get a table on the cabanas or on the main dining hall. We prefer the privacy of the cabanas and its proximity to the fishes. The kids normally gulp their meals as they race to feed the fishes. Ask the servers for free fish food packets.

    The cabanas are made of nipa huts, bamboo blinds are available to shield you when its sunny or raining. Bamboo ledges surround the cabana which allow you to sit closer to the edge when feeding the fishes. Be careful of this ledge when you have small kids.

    Cash basis restaurant back in April 2007. So check if they already accept CCs. By local standards, this restaurant is not exactly cheap considering it is in the province.

    Fun part: lots of roving singing groups! You can request a tune. Tipping is encouraged but optional.

    If you are enroute to Baguio from Manila, this is the perfect spot when your stomach already grumbles "FOOD!".

    Favorite Dish: Pinaputok na Manok = Roasted whole chicken wrapped in banana leaves (marinated in coconut milk). Very tender and tasty.

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    the other Main Highway that connects Metro Manila area to Angeles City in Pampanga Province and then to the SCTEX which connects to Subic Bay and Tarlac City in Tarlac Province and Zambales Province Respectively and towards the North to Baguio and the Northern Provinces. as with other highways, this 88 kilometer highway is dotted with huge gasoline stations with recreation areas and a variety of dining options around the area as an important pit stop and dining for the weary or hungry traveller. there are even some shops where you can buy assorted stuffs and 24 hour convenience stores.

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    by machomikemd Updated Aug 31, 2010

    the brand new expressway that connects Angeles city in Pampanga Province to Tarlac City in Tarlac Province and gerona town to Baguio City.

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