Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Corregidor Adventure


Corregidor is only an hour away from Manila by ferry so I don't know why it took me soooo long to visit the place. Definitely a must-see for history buffs! Click the link below to read about my experience.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Chestnut Brown


I've been asked quite a number of times where I got my hair dyed and people would be surprised when I tell them that I colored them myself! My favorite brand is Liese Bubble Hair Color-- it's so easy to apply (just like applying shampoo to the hair), and it leaves my hair soft and moisturized (unlike other brands I've tried).

The color I currently have on is Chestnut Brown. It's a very dark shade of brown, but turns into a lighter shade after a few weeks. I'm pretty happy with how the color turned out. Though Rose Tea Brown still tops my list-- it's a shade of brown with a slight tinge of red.

Big thanks to Ben for the photos! Check out his website and Instagram here and here.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Boracay in December Day 2


On day two, we had a little bit of time in the morning for some water activities! We tried parasailing, flyfish (my fave!), and helmet diving. The weather was surprisingly good despite it being the rainy season. 

Friday, January 13, 2017

Boracay in December Day 1

So, how's everyone doing? It's already 2017 and I still haven't posted some of my trips from last year! Lol.

Just before 2016 ended, I had the chance to come back to Boracay after my trip there last June. This time, it was for a wedding! We checked in at The Lind Hotel in Station 1. The place and the view were picturesque! In fact, the wedding was held in the hotel's roof deck with an amazing view of the beach and the sunset!

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Highlights of 2016

(Photo from: Google)

Happy New Year, everyone! The year 2016 was my happiest ever, yet one of the most challenging. There were lots of disappointments, frustrations, and challenges that tested me and pushed me to my limits. But the past year was also filled with one-of-a-kind opportunities, memorable achievements, and unforgettable experiences which I'll be forever thankful for.

Last year, I made a promise to myself that I would make 2016 my travel year and I'm glad I was able to do it! Since I couldn't leave work for a long time, I decided it was better for me to have shorter but more frequent trips. There were so many things that made my 2016 amazing and I couldn't possibly list all of them here, but I'll do my best to cover everything!

Read on for the highlights of my 2016!

Thursday, December 1, 2016

CBTL 2017 Giving Journal Launch


It's that time of the year again when we start eyeing planners for next year-- seriously one of my favourite things to do! I literally can't live without a planner because I'm a planning freak-- I have to plan things ahead of time. I can't help it lol.

I recently attended the launch of The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf's 2017 Giving Journal at Greenbelt 5. Unlike other planners, CBTL's Giving Journal promotes goodwill and social responsibility in the community. Read on to find out how.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Boracay 2016


My most relaxing trip to date (and probably my favourite) was my trip to Boracay with friends last June. Since all of us have been to Boracay countless times before, we didn't feel the need to explore the place and try the water activities. Every day, we had the same routine - get up at 10am, grab breakfast at the hotel, relax inside our hotel room for a few hours, get a late lunch, chill by the beach while having afternoon snacks and drinks, swim during sunset, and then grab an early dinner. I've never felt so relaxed in my life! I think I want to make this a yearly tradition. Who's with me? Lol.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Tagaytay Day 2: Lavender Cottage


As I mentioned in my previous post, we stayed at the biggest cottage in Sonya's Bed & Breakfast-- the Lavender Cottage. They have fourteen cottages-- all named after herbs and spices. The weekend rate is PhP3,400/person for one night regardless of the cottage. I did a ton of research online but I didn't find any photos on how these cottages look like inside.

For those of you who are planning to stay at Sonya's, especially the first-timers, these photos might help you decide whether or not the Lavender Cottage is the one for you.

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