This Sunday, June 1, Susan Enriquez encounters for the first time the world's biggest fishes, commonly known as whale sharks. "Butanding" is how the locals call these giant fishes in Donsol, Sorsogon.
Susan meets and plays with the "gentle giants" of the ocean. Her enthralling adventure is sure to give the daytime audiences a vicarious feel of the butanding.
The TV host also presents on a delectable platter the country's biggest pandesal, which weighs around eight grams. Aside from that, she will get to taste bread filled with fillings such as ham, cheese, adobo, sisig, and pansit.
As the opening of school draws nearer, Susan also offers practical tips on how to cut the costs of back-to-school expenses. This is to help the parents in shouldering skyrocketing tuition fees.
Old notebooks, papers, art materials, and crayons get a new lease in life as Susan and her surprise guest show the viewers how to recycle old materials and make them fashionable once more.
Catch these stories in Kay Susan Tayo, this Sunday, June 1, 10:30 am on GMA-7.