It was an ordinary day when we booked our Cebu-Leyte flight almost a year ago. We’ve always been a fan of promo fares and so when we saw that the ticket from Manila to Cebu is only Php 384, we immediately booked it though we didn’t see a promo ticket back to Manila. So what we did was look for other promo fares. We happened to see a ticket from Tacloban to Cebu for only Php 184.12. Continue reading
Heya! It’s been a month now and yet, the memory of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar still lingers in my mind. Continue reading
It seems like it was just yesterday when 2017 started. A month have already passed and I could say it was SO FAR, SO GOOD. For my readers since last year, I am very sorry that it took me a year before I write the second volume of My Life Lately series. I know I promised that I’ll make time to write so I am really in debted to you (and to myself). It’s just really hard to find time to write about anything outside our travels. To be honest, I also find it hard to write about our adventures right after the trip. I love to write, yes. And I have a lot of random thoughts I’d wanted to write but thinking about how much effort I give to a single post, with all the editing of pictures, constructing my sentences to make it fun to read and even proofreading (which I, sometimes, give the job to my boyfriend), I lose the patience. But this year, I’ll try to give more time in blogging because I’ve realized that even though it requires too much effort, I find it fun.Continue reading
I’ve only joked about this once when I posted a photo on my instagram account but when I reviewed my camera roll again tonight, I just thought I should come up with my top 10 favorite spots in Las Casas Filipinas. Continue reading
It was as if we were brought back in time when we visited Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Known for its traditional houses and Old Manila vibes, this heritage and convention center is popular among tourists who wants to have a quick getaway from a long week of work like us. From Manila, it took us about 4 hours to reach this resort in Bagac, Bataan.
Each time we visit Tagaytay, we always pass by this Santorini-like hotel just along the highway. Since then, I’ve always wondered how it looks inside because all we could see from the outside is a white low-rise building with a hint of blue.Continue reading
Friday night, day before the last day of the year 2016, I opened my personal laptop. As I browse through my folders, I found almost a thousand video clips. Continue reading
Sooo after about 24 years and 9 months of my life, I finally did get myself in Mindanao! When I was a kid, I’ve always thought going there is dangerous and impossible but thanks to Facebook, travel blogs and to President Duterte, the late mayor of Davao City, I’ve come to realize otherwise (at least in Davao). With my boyf, I’ve got to spend weekend in Davao City and Samal Island.