Monday, December 28, 2015

J3:16 Carwash and Yum Yan Snackhouse

You can watch your bike being cleaned while having snacks.
It's an awful waste of time if you're just gonna stand there, watch your bike (or car) gets cleaned.  I always choose a carwash that at least a few restaurants of coffee shops near, so I can the little things in life while waiting.

In Bacoor, less than a kilometer away from SM City Bacoor, is a little, almost obscured, carwash that I really like.  The name is J 3:16 and I'm sure you're all familiar with the verse.

I usually order  coffee as an accompaniment to my reading.
The washers are ok, very polite and dedicated.  In fact, twice, I thought they were having my bike detailed, taking them more than an hour (the other more than 2 hours), they were toothbrushing the engine and anywhere the brush would fit.  They were only charging me P80.00, which is already cheaper than all the carwash around, which costs P100.00 for a regular wash.  Of course I don't let good works go unpunished.  I usually throw in a digit as a tip to the washers.

The wizard in action.
Another good thing, is they also have a snackhouse, in which you can do short order of any silog.  And it's cheap.  The price range of their silogs is from P50.00 to 60.00.  And yes, coffee can be ordered.

A couple of good reading materials.  
Lastly, I really love reading back issues of magazines they had prepared.  I think it beats playing on your smart phone.  The setting is ok, cool place, safe environment, and very accommodating guys.

Ah yes coffee.  Solver of life's little problems.
They use Nawasa water, apparently, some car customers are picky about the water that touches their cars.
I love the food served here.  
Dirty bike no more. Squeaky clean!