LOOK: Martha Stewart plants rice, eats pandesal, shops in Greenhills
MANILA, Philippines – Entrepreneur Martha Stewart is in Manila not just for a leadership talk sponsored by ANC, it seems.
The lifestyle icon has also been busy taking in the sights, sounds, and food of the Philippines by eating, planting, and even shopping her way around town. (READ: LOOK: Martha Stewart tours Manila, samples Filipino food)
On Tuesday, August 20, Martha shared photos of her cultural trip around the National Museum in Manila, sharing her new-found knowledge on the Philippine tarsiers and tamaraws.
On Wednesday, August 21, Stewart got down and dirty in the fields of Pampanga to plant and harvest rice, hosted by farmer and philanthropist Andy Alviz.
On Thursday, August 22, Martha took a trip to Panaderya Toyo Bakery in Makati City to sample their “great bread," calling it a “responsible and amazing bakery catering to customers who believe in sustainability.”
Stewart even had time to stop by Greenhills to shop, accompanied by San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora. She proudly showed off the loot she snagged.
Seems like she's having a blast! – Rappler.com