Last August 5, I announced that I will be giving a bouquet of red roses to those who will participate in the game. See the story here. And we officially close the game yesterday, August 13 @ 11:59PM. We have the person's namen and sorry for the delay in announcing the lucky winner who got to have this bouquet of red rosesfrom Bouquets and Beyond.And the lucky winner is Denilyn. Kindly wait for my notification.
Again Thank You for all your support. See you next round of give-aways!
If ever you stop by Siem Reap, Cambodia don't let the day pass without visiting and eating their Happy Pizza. There is no fast food or western restaurant there or any international brand pizza parlor so you may want to give this a try. When husband and I knew about this we make it a point to go and try the pizza. I was intrigue with the name. Why Cambodians call it happy pizza? And apparently it has cannabis as garnish. And did you know that cannabis is one of the ingredients in Cambodian cooking. Interesting! But I can't attest to this as I haven't seen Cambodian cook.
with ham and egg
The pizza was cooked in a traditional stone-oven. Maybe that's why the crust was cooked nicely. Well as for the happy pizza, husband and I went at Happy Herb Pizza, location? ah, I'm not sure. Just tell the tuk-tuk driver where you can eat the "happy pizza" and they will definitely bring you to the place. We ordered two happy pizza and we didn't feel any if it's true that they put cannabis in it. Except that it's delicious and gratifying. Try it and see! Happy eating!
It's been three years since I started blogging, August 01, 2008 was my first post with title, Celebrating My 28th Birthday. Time flies so soon and it was such a pleasure sharing some things and ideas to all the readers who constantly reads and follow my updates and posts. A big THANK YOU for your time reading and sharing your thoughts to me as well. With this I would liketo give a present to a lucky reader, one dozen red-rose from Bouquets and Beyond.
Time is a companion that goes with us on a journey. It reminds us to cherish each moment, because it will never come again. What we leave behind is not as important as how we have lived.
~ Jean Luc Picard ~