It has been a year, or is it two that I have stopped writing. Flashing back, this whole year could be one of the hardest year that both my wife and I had ever gone though in our life, but it is throughout these ordeals, our love has strengthen because we know that only love can … More Finally One!
It has been 9 long months since my last posting in this space. Many things have changed in my life for the past few months that has taken the luxury of sitting down to write off my schedule. For the past few months, life has been revolving between catching tight timeline at work, and spending … More Celebrating life
The 4 days we spent at Boracay has to be the most awesome thing ever happened to us this year. Flashing back, I wish I could stay a bit longer to enjoy the sea and the sun. This will be the final episode of my Boracay post. I will still write a summary of the … More Before we bid goodbye to Boracay
Paraw means sail boat in Tagalog, but it has double outrigger to accommodate passengers at both side. If you want to find a romantic way to view the sunset at Boracay with your loved ones, paraw sailing is your best bet. Watching the sun setting in the middle of the sea is just as amazing … More Of Paraw sailing, Puka beach and Boracay garden
With turquoise blue water and fine white sand, Boracay is a perfect getaway for honeymoon couple like us. From pure relaxing and sun bathing to rigorous water activities, the island has everything that every traveler are looking for. While a lot of foreigners were enjoying their morning sun bath at the beach, we walked around … More Helmet diving and Parasailing at Boracay
By the time we reached Boracay, it was already late at night. We’re both hungry and tired, but we’ve happy to see our room. Ours were a pool side room, and I’ve arranged the hotel to put these lovely towel swans on our bed. This looks more like a honeymoon right? As we’re too tired … More Our journey to the island of wonders – Boracay Part 2
Let’s take a break from the Boracay post. I just came back from Manila after staying there for 5 long weeks. It was a total bliss to come back to my own country, a place where I belongs. I started to dread business trip and I’ve been missing my wife and boy dearly throughout the … More Gift of God