October 2, 2014

Things I do for love

I walked around our campus yesterday and stumbled across that exact bench. Flashbacks rolled in my mind and felt little pinches in my heart, or maybe not that little. But today, so far so good. I’m at Starbucks composing this blog while listening to my playlist and play-acting invisible to this loud customers. I do this to feign happiness, because the more I fake it, the more it’s supposed to feel true.

For the past few months, I've learned so much stuff about myself. I discovered the things I never imagined I'm capable of doing. I was carefree then. I am certain that love takes time until someone proved me wrong. That someone taught me that love has no time constraints. There is no time frame for when a person can fall in love with another, it just happens. It's spontaneous, unpredictable, it's timeless. And I mean it, it is one of the best feelings in the world up to everything I believe true shattered into pieces.

May 14, 2012

You only live once

Since Tree Top Adventure in Subic opens to public (way back in 2009, I think), I never fail to force dad to go there but my convincing powers only worked this year.

The attraction is a series of suspended trails, bridges and motorized cable rides built high up the rain forest of Subic. Appreciate nature while having fun, sounds very ecological right?

I'm all geared up for ze tree drop! I'm ready to die!! Lol


That was fun to the superb level! Don't worry about falling kasi you'll fall talaga :-))

Canopy ride, aka the boring ride, was next in line. If you're a first timer, go ahead and try because the scenery above the trees is way too remarkable.

We're n feet above the ground!!

I handed over my camera to dad afterwards. Loser. We don't have any photos during our last ride. Anywhoo, we had lunch at Jest camp so expect nothing but tribal-ish.

There you go, if you're a thrill seeker, why not try the attractions they offer where you can get your own dose of adrenaline rush. #YOLO

May 10, 2012

Labor Day Weekend

A week ago my family went to Subic together with other family friends. It's only been two years since our last visit, and it feels like twenty. There's so much changes from the number of infrastructures to the appearances of promenades, yet the discipline of the people is still there.

As for the first day, it started with lunch at Pancake House followed by an afternoon bowling session (left the camera, my bad). Then we headed to yacht club for dinner and ended the night the Subic way.

crowd goes wild @ Pier One