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The One Where We Escaped the City

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Last week, we took a day out of the city to breathe some unpolluted Tagaytay air. We were supposed to go swimming but it was a bit chilly so decided against it at the last minute. We ended up going The Cliffhouse and eating ice cream and my favorite crepe from Cafe Breton instead. Selene had a grand time running around and devouring her favorite Vanilla ice cream.

Just a short update for today as I’ve been really sick the past few days and have abstained from using the laptop because my eyes are burning and my head is constantly spinning. I’m feeling a bit better today but still generally feeling weak so I can’t stay and type too long. Hope you guys have a great Labor Day weekend wherever you’re spending it!

That’s all for now!

Cebu Trip – Nalusuan Island

n6BHi to the few who know about this part of my blog! Ill be sharing a few photos of our Cebu vacation last Christmas. In this entry, spotlight is on our day trip to a remote island called Nalusuan. From Mactan Island, it’s a 45-minute trip by boat, in our case – yacht!

A good friend of my dad offered to show us around the island that day. The island isn’t particularly huge, the photo above shows its entirety, so we expected nothing but the sweet sound of waves crashing and leaves whistling while delighting in a fresh seafood-filled lunch under the sun.

Nalusuan is a quiet, small island that boasts of rich and diverse marine life. The sandbar is gorgeous, although it disappears during lunch time when it reaches high tide. So as soon as we landed (around 11am), we ran over to it away.

It’s a calm, serence place to just take in the sights, breathe the clean unpolluted air and listen to the beautiful cacophony of birds, waves and winds surrounding the island. Read More


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