One of those irrational days when the littlest things get you so angry.
Haha at shempre kahit wala siyang kahit anong social networking site, nahanap ko talaga ang facebook ng nanay at sisters niya.
It is neither wealth nor splendor, but tranquility and occupation which give you happiness.
/runs around the room screaming/
My phone, unfortunately, died on me during the death-defying boat ride.
I was trying to call a few people to tell them how important they were to me but thank God none of the calls went through. Also, walang electricity on the island from 5am to 6pm so I wasn’t able to charge my devices until the sun went down. So there. Thank you Miah and Vien for the amazing photos!
Thirty-minute walk in this. The city girl in me was praying for cemented roads. Or, you know, surfaces that you’re actually supposed to walk on.
Tanned in November. I didn’t get any sun here though thanks to the rain and the cloudy skies.
Where we take our meals. Their peanut butter was a revelation. I’m going back just to hoard this.
The walk to Bonsai Island. It was raining heavily. We should have worn our bathing suits. Some people were actually using umbrellas. WHY.
Bonsai Island with actual bonsai(s?).
Just a speck in the vast universe.
Semi-traumatic carabao ride. Now I know why I’ve never done this in my province.
First boat ride back to Manila. I need to get a haircut.
On the second boat.
Miah’s attempt at socializing. :))
Had breakfast, looked out the window, saw this island where the ocean should be.
The entire trip was a humbling experience. Especially the part where I thought I was going to die. :/
One of the best experiences of my life: getting to see first-hand what the bottom of the ocean looks like.
This is made extra-special by my profound love of beaches even though I can’t swim.
Bigin on We Heart It
Still my one true love. Chuck Bass