This is a photo dump of the pictures I took while we were “staycationing” in Pansol, Laguna. We only stayed at the resort for 2 days so it was kind of bitin. But on the second day, we had a lovely boodle fight for lunch, I was able to swim lapses, and I took a lot of nice photos. I claim it. Hehe. Enjoy the photos!
Last Friday, August 18, I was invited to attend the Great Escapes Travel Fair in Glorietta 2 (Palm Drive). Jhanzey, a good friend and fellow blogger, sent me an invite though she couldn’t make it at that time because of work. Jhanzey, if you’re reading this, I’m sure you would have enjoyed it! But I’ll let the photos do the talking. 🙂
It was a really cool event because I actually discovered a lot of local brands that have quality goods. They’re also reasonably priced, so you’d know they’re not ripping you off. I walked around several times to make sure I got a lot of photos and saw all the brands participating in the event. By the way, it’s not solely for travelers! There are a bunch of things sold there for pure local product lovers. So if you’re one of them, I’m sure you’ll enjoy this blog post. The fair might be done already, but it doesn’t mean you can’t shop online!
Hi, guys! I know I am already so behind on my Banaue blog posts, so let me make it up to you by writing this 3rd volume out of the 5. We spent five days in Banaue, so naturally, I would be writing 5 blog posts as well. On our third day, we woke up to the sun shining brightly at us, we had a hearty breakfast (mom’s choice), and then we went to Sagada for a quick trip.
Ready for Day 3? Let’s go!
So you’ve finally reached Day 2 of our Banaue trip. Well, good for you. But hang in there as I have more blog posts to follow. On Day 2, we woke up as early as 6:29 am. I was the last one to get down from the hut and they said that it was freezing outside so I wrapped myself in layers of jacket, bonnet, and hand gloves before getting out of the hut. True to their word, it was freezing cold.
Hi, guys! I’m finally writing about our recent Banaue-Sagada trip, and I’m so excited because I have so much to share with you all! I’m gonna do a short disclaimer here and warn you that this is not my typical blog post wherein I take Instagrammable pictures and get so nitty-gritty with the layout and chronological order. What you’re about to see are just random shots I took (enhanced with VSCO app, of course) since I want to show you how we naturally spent our days sans the curated images. All in all, we spent 5 days in the North. We left even before dawn on Tuesday and went home at Saturday afternoon, reaching the house before midnight (the secret: fast speed and lots of overtakes).
Now, this is the part where I really blabber.
As you would have known, Jec and I went to Bicol last month (December 2016). I took a lot of photos and videos – especially videos – but unfortunately, I haven’t edited any of footages yet since I’m having some technical issues with my laptop right now. No matter how many files I delete, my startup disk is simply already too full. I have no idea how to fix it or how to find unnecessary files that I can delete, so to make up for the lack of vlogs, I’m just going to post some photos here in my blog.
I’m not going to show everything, just a glimpse of this and that, because I want to save everything for the vlogs. I’m going to do three parts, one for each day. Hopefully, I get to edit and upload everything before 2017 ends (ok, bad joke) because, man, I think I took up to 2-hour footages per day. Anyway, I hope you enjoy these photos. Some are just screenshots I took from the videos. As per usual, I post-processed the photos on VSCO app.