Thursday, 7 April 2016

Anawangin Cove - Summer 2016

It's fantastic what the world bring us what we need in ways we don't expect. I am not talking about material things, but for the 10 days vacation I got and that one wonderful night and day spent during Easter in Anawangin Cove. I found myself laying by the seashore at night, staring at the star-filled sky, camping in the tent under pine trees, surrounded by mountains and sea. It was wonderful! Anawangin cove is like Baguio and Boracay in one place.

After 2 days of my solo trip in Baguio, I decided to spend the Holy week in a place that is far from noise, pollution and buildings. It is actually 3-4 hours travel from Manila. It was Holy week so we have actually waited 6 hours to get ride into the bus going to Zambales.

As Dalai Lama said, "
As often as possible, go someplace you’ve never been before"


Meanwhile, here is my photo diary from my camping trip at Anawangin Cove with my sister:





































Saturday, 2 April 2016

Baguio 2016 - Solo Trip

This is the second time I had a solo travel. I know most of people did not understand I had to travel alone but in my heart I knew I need it. It was a challenge. It was a test, but fulfilling.

I got my 10 days off from work during Holy Week and I really want to spend it and go to some places I have never been. Then I chose Baguio to spend my first 3 days and 2 nights of vacation. I admit, when I was there sometimes I felt empty because I am alone. I ate alone, took photo alone, walked alone. But the good thing is, I managed my time very well without considering others. I got fever when I went there coz of too much cold.

I want to share some of my photos in Baguio:




















One thing I love in Baguio is the cheap Korean food. My favorite Samgyeopsal with free tenjang chige :)