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Pampanga Culinary & Heritage Tour (June 26, 2010)

What's in store:
1. A Fipino breakfast and tour of the ancestral house and culinary museum of food historian Lilian “Atching” Borromeo who shall also do a baking demonstration of famous San Nicolas cookies.

2. Discover the heritage churches of Pampanga such as Beltis Church in Guagua and the San Guillermo Church in Bacolor.

3. A shopping escapade of unique “pasalubong” of Pampanga delicacies right at Susie’s and Kapampangan Center.

4. Meet the renowned Pampanga Chef and artist Claude Tayag right at his private home in Bale Dutung (House of Woods) who will prepare a lunch of five ways of eating “lechon” (roasted suckling pig).

Join now! Please pass this invitation to friends and family!

Payments should be made on June 1 to June 20, 2010.
Package Cost: P3,800 per head and less 10% discount for children 12 years old below.
Departure Time: 6:00 am
Meeting Place: Starbucks 6750 Ayala Center Makati
Expected time of arrival in Manila: 7:00 pm

For more info, please visit
Call: 638-8374


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