A kalesa or calesa is Philippines traditional mode of transportation. It is not just an ordinary horse back riding because there is a calash (carriage) attached at the back of the horse. On that way, it can accommodate few more passengers in just a single ride. The word “calesa” originally predates the Spanish conquest and descends ultimately from an Old Church Slavonic word meaning “wheels”.
This place brings all the wonders which Philippines have to offer. Many visitors consider Tagaytay as a little town paradise whether a Filipino or a Foreigner it’s because of their splendid tropical forests plus glaring rays of the sun which made it a picture perfect though the place remains having a cool climate because of its high altitude with an average temperature of 22.7 °C. Not only that, Tagaytay is also a perfect place for those adventurous people whose seeking leisure activities like picnics, horseback riding, camping, great golfing at two championship courses, plus breath taking sightseeing to its God-gifted nature.
Kalderetang kambing is a very common dish in the Philippines. The main ingredient is goat meat known for its tenderness and nostalgic taste. This dish is pinoys favorite pulutan and is a requisite during fiestas and any occasions too. There are plenty of restaurants in the country that serves Caldereta with their unique cooking style but one thing is for sure, they always made it a mouth-watering taste. Goat meat is a very nutritious red meat which is excellent for those watching the waistline, cholesterol levels, and needing an alternative to the average hum-drum food.
Benigno Simeon “Noynoy” Cojuangco Aquino III is the 15th Philippine President of the Philippines. He was born on February 8, 1960 and the third of the five siblings of late Sen. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. and former President Corazon Cojuanco Aquino. Noynoy has four sisters namely Maria Elena (Ballsy) Aquino-Cruz, Aurora Corazon (Pinky) Aquino-Abellada, Victoria Eliza (Viel) Aquino-Dee, and Kristina Bernadette (Kris) Aquino-Yap. Noynoy is the third-youngest person to be elected president, and the fourth-youngest president of the Philippines after Emilio Aguinaldo, Ramon Magsaysay, Read more