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Tuesday, 01 February 2011


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flights to manila

The Philippines is blessed with a fertile land that is used to plant vegetables. So it is automatic that they develop and make the most mouth watering veggie dishes.


@tdp - if I could send kangkong via email, I would! Thanks for dropping in and look forward to reading your words as well.


Wow, kangkong! I'd love to have some, please!

Thanks to @carolineadobo, I get to "discover" your blog!


Salamat, mysterious nameless commenter. I do appreciate feedback from readers!

Great post as always. I will read your other posts. Also love your writing style;) Thanks.

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