Tonight is the night they say would end it all. And tonight is also the night me and my friends met the UFO.
Not the terrestrial body that you’re thinking. Wanna know what it is? Here goes…
Me and my friends originally planned to visit Manna tonight. It’s one of the brightest place here in Davao filled with colorful lights every Christmas Season. On our way, we decided to have a pit stop to fuel our growling tummies at Ice Giants, Damosa Branch, Damosa, DC.
The Stars at Damosa Walkway
Upon our entrance, we spent a few minutes cam hoarding first. Flashing smiles in various poses with the starry background.
The Ice Giants Experience
We were welcomed by Sleeping Giants as we entered Ice Giants. This I find quite funny. But we didn’t mind, and proceeded inside.
Some more picture taking moments…
Ordered what we want – A Pasta (Tuna Pesto and Creamy Carbonara) and Ice Cream for each of us.
The food arrived and we dig into it sumptuously.
Berry Strawberry’s good, stuffed with Cherries, Strawberries, Choco syrup, mallows and choco kisses.
The Carbonara tastes good but the Tuna Pesto I find a bit dry.
The UFO (Unidentified Floating Object)
As we were nearing the end of our meal, one of my friends noticed something in her Berry Strawberry Ice Cream.
Take a look at what it is.
We first spend some moments wondering what it is, me taking photos, them speculating the Unidentified Floating Object (UFO).
Then we finally called the waiter’s attention and asked, “Kuya ano ‘to?”
The waiter, obviously startled of what was found in the food and ashamed at the same time, almost stammering answered, “Cellophane (plastic) po ata Maam,” apologetically.
I could see in his face that he don’t know what to do, he even offered to prepare a new Berry Strawberry for my friend. But we refused, we were already bloated enough to take more.
We left the place with a different image of the place in our mind than we used to have. Probably an honest mistake, but I guess something that they should take as a lesson to learn from.
Whatta “starry” night! Love the shots.
Thanks GayE! 🙂