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Iloilo

Since this is a month due post, expect for a long pile of photos along the way.:) Yep, It’s been a month since I had my 3-day visit in the city of love. I actually went there for Dinagyang Festival but unfortunately the celebration of festival falls on the weekend and I have classes every weekends. So I have no choice but to squeeze up my supposed to be 1 week vacation into 3 days only (super bitin). Continue reading “Iloilo”

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DAY 5: PECHIE & ALGRACE PPC TOUR

1st stop: Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm)

Located at the South National Highway in Baranggay Irawan Puerto Princesa City is the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center. Formerly known as the Crocodile Farm and Nature Park, it serves as the sanctuary of the Philippine Crocodile that is endemic to the country.  The Philippine Crocodile is currently included in the endangered species list and the conservation center is making ways to increase the number of the species.  Aside from crocodiles, the center takes care of other animals like ostriches and endemic to the island of Palawan like the bearcat.

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Nagtabon Beach: Road-trip to the North

The long overdue Nagtabon road-trip finally happened. We’ve been planning this road-trip for almost 4 months now. Actually, it was just me who is so persistent with this road-trip. Most of my cousins and friends and even my brother have already visited the place -the infamous ‘Nagtabon beach’. I was just curious about the place, it was like the talk of the town for a couple of months already and I’ve been seeing a lot of photos of it on Instagram and on facebook.

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Island Hopping Cousinship Edition!

On our way to our first stop “Mansirik island”
My skim boarding experience with kuya Jeff. (epic fail)
Striking some pose before hitting the boat.
We were on our second stopà “Sidanao island” and we had our lunch there before we hit our 3rd stop the Tabon cave.
Inside tabon cave
It was my first time there and at first I don’t have plans in going inside.
But ate cai told me that it’s better for me to experience it.
Our guide told us, we’re going to see 7 caves.. Nyahaha’ it was like a hiking actually more of mountain climbing, I didn’t expect it to be so tiring, climbing up and going down.  I only see 6 caves, I didn’t go with them on the fifth cave because I was sooo tired to go down again and I decided to  just wait for them above (on the spot where they left me).
I was so exhausted yet’so happy that I was able to experience tabon cave and I promise myself that it was the first and last time I’m gonna do it. JJJ
Cracking some pose with the magnificent view in front of the caveJ
We were on our final stop the “tataran sand bar”
We enjoyed picking up seashells thereJ
The sun was starting to set when we got home.
So much of having fun the whole day, we are all sooo tired and sleepy to party by night.
—> Had no idea that we’ll go island hopping. 
2days before à ate Babes texted me, she was inviting me to come over to their house at Quezon and I thought they will be having a thanksgiving party for ate Cai since she passed the board exam. So, I went there the following day it was 2hours and a half travel by van. I only have a shoulder bag with a toothbrush and a pair of clothes on it, just in case I won’t be able to go back to Puerto by afternoon. When I got there I was so surprised to see that there’s no celebration at all I was like “where’s the party and where are the people?” only to know that there is no thanksgiving party actually, and that we’ll go island hopping the next day nah’ I didn’t know!  (miscommunication eh)  
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Nav sisters

Before going home to Palawan I dropped by Manila and stay there for 2 days to see my “mga Ate’s”  coz’ I already miss them after months of not seeing each other.
Ate Karen and ate Dai pick me up at the airport then we headed to MOA and meet ate Anie there.
Lunchtime already and we can’t decide where to eat… so we were just walking around the mall and we happen to passed by “Oki oki” a Japanese restaurant and we agreed to try their food. Since it’s a Japanese resto we have to work on our chop stick skills:):)
After lunch, window shopping mode… more on picture taking actuallyJ
…and time to go home!
After a day of wandering around MOA, I was soooper pagod and my legs were feeling numb, because I’m wearing heels the whole day. Why on earth I didn’t wear slippers anyway? à shunga-shungaan moment of me!