Monday, June 3, 2013

Summer Ain't Over Till I say It's Over! {2013}

Unexpectedly I went home to Cebu twice this May. First, was to celebrate my niece's birthday and Second is the most unplanned part where my friends wanted to have an impromptu vacation. It was just a 3 day thing and we had to squeeze in a lot of things to do within this small amount of time. Gladly, we are able to do it! Spending not just with my friends but I involved my family as well which made it more fun and unforgettable!

Landed around 8:45am in Mactan and we went straight to Sto. Nino Church & Magellan's Cross. For our breakfast I brought them to Larsian which is very known as the BBQ Center of Cebu.

Airport! Tired but really excited

Sto. Nino Church

Magellan's Cross



Larsian at Day, but at night there is a huge crowd in here.

Went directly to the bus station after the meal, and slept 3 hours until we reached home and slept again. 

It was the Feast of our Lady of Fatima when we arrived, and the usual program and disco was happening. I met some of my childhood friends and we went partying with them, together with my brothers and cousins as well. I will never miss a "disco" in my hometown, we all love to dance!

Cousins and Brothers!


Childhood Friends Reunite!

2nd Day

Badian, Cebu

Entrance Fee at Php 10 only, tables and chairs at Php 100 and the best part is the raft for Php 300. Really cheap for a very fun experience and bonding moments with my family and friends!

3rd Day

Whale Shark "Butanding" Watching
Brgy. Tan-Awan, Oslob Cebu

3rd Day Part 2

My favorite place to go whenever I come home is the beach, and it's this particular beach that I will never get tired of going back to. The sand, pure as white. The waters, blue as the sky. Nothing but serene and pure relaxation. Better than Boracay I believe. 

We stayed from 11am to 10pm. That's how fun this day was and we don't even want to go home, considering that the next day we are going to Manila and face reality once again. 

4th Day

This beautiful sunrise bid farewell to a summer well spent. I will forever be grateful for all the blessings God has given and for every brand new day we wake up to. 



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