A very hister day transpired during our roadtrip to Pancake House Lipa Batangas yesterday.
If you’ve seen the movie ‘Almost Famous’ you know what my hipster reference is all about. If not, the movie was about the adventures of a Rolling Stone writer following a rock band on a roadshow for a ‘life in a day of a rockstar kind of article’ for the magazine. It will show you what literally happens while the band is on the road inside their party bus, the only means of traveling used by rockstars back then to do a state to state concert. Having lots of time on the road in their ‘party bus’ all sorts of fun and drama happens.
Fast forward to today, party buses are now only used for luxury one-of-a-kind partying experience. Used at wedding showers or pub-crawling in the city.
While I am not a rockstar or having a bridal shower at that, I was able to experience a hipster ride in the Black Fleet with a few fellow bloggers. It was our ride for a trip to Lipa, Batangas from Metro Manila and back to visit the first Pancake House store in Lipa carrying the new look and feels under the Max’s Group of Company!
So what’s so special about this Pancake House beanch that we have to travel by The Black Fleet?
Shack, Shelter, Shed
The new old
Vice Governor Mark Leviste was curious about The Black Fleet so we let him have a peek inside and have a party with us! Haha!
Here is a short video clip to show you more about The Black Fleet ride