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White Rock Resort Hotel
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90 International Standard rooms and De luxe Rooms, 25 Beachfront and Beachfront Garden Rooms
International Breakfast Buffet, Choice of five (5) popular complete lunch & dinner menu, Buffet Menus to select from, Dinner or Lunch by the beach or open-air Pavilion may be arranged upon request for FREE, Serenading and piano playing while dining
How to get there?
Take Victory Liner bus going to Olongapo City. Bus schedule is every 30 minutes starting at 5:30am from Pasay or Caloocan. From Olongapo City bus terminal, take the "blue" colored jeepney going to Subic and request the driver to drop you off at White Rock. Walk two minutes to White Rock.
From Balintawak Toll Plaza, take the San Fernando Exit for Olongapo-Gapan road. Turn right following the road at Dinalupihan. After the KM 99 Post. Turn left to SBMA Tollway and follow the road through and to the far end exit of the SBMA at Kalaklan Gate. Turn left and follow the road past Barrio Barretto and watch for the KM 134 Post. Look for the White Rock sign.
To travel is to take a journey into yourself. Danny Kaye
There comes a moment on a journey when something sweet, something irresistible and charming as wine raised to thirsty lips, wells up in the travellers being. Patrick MacGill
The Chinese food introduced during this period were food of the workers and traders, which became a staple of the noodle shops (panciterias), and can be seen in dishes like arroz caldo (congee), sinangag (fried rice), chopsuey. More details at Philippines Cuisine History and Influences
For festive occasions, people band together and prepare more sophisticated dishes. Tables are often laden with expensive and labor-intensive treats requiring hours of preparation. In Filipino celebrations, lechón (also spelled litson) serves as the centerpiece of the dinner table. It is usually a whole roasted pig, but suckling pigs (lechonillo, or lechon de leche) or cattle calves (lechong baka) can also be prepared in place of the popular adult pig.
More details at Northern Philippine Cuisine