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2 thoughts on “Kaonan Karayman”
first question: Is that eagle free to come and go or is there a chain on it? I don’t know if an eagle has the same significance in the Philippines as it does in the USA.
What is this place…looks GREAT! And the menu says each order will feed 3-4 people? NICE!
The Eagles where not tied or caged that I could see and yes the Filipino Eagle means to them what the bald eagle means to Americans,This restaurant is south of Calbayog City about 8-10 km Just off the main highway,better take a center car to it first time so as to not miss the turn off.Oh the last photo UJ phoste is actually the dessert rack for SO Cafe annual Valentine and music bash.
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