When we arrived, the staff welcomed and assisted us inside the clubhouse. We settled down first, had some snack that they prepared and proceeded to the pond for our first activity, feeding the ducks. Yes! You read it right, we can’t keep our giggles seeing how they run and bumped with each other just to get fed. Cute was the only word I can think of to describe how they run together while swaying their tails. Besides, how often do you experience feeding a group of duck in your lifetime? Continue reading
Aside from going to the beach this summer, it is also the best time of the year to climb a mountain as the trails are not usually wet and muddy. Hiking gives a different feeling of being one with the nature because it gives you a breath of fresh air and a new perspective. Who wouldn’t want to see beautiful mountain slopes and to rest from your daily surroundings of the metropolis which usually made up of heavy traffic, pollution, wide walls and towering buildings. If you want to climb a mountain, there are things that you need to consider in order to have a fun and safe climb.
Are you physically prepared? It is always important that you consider your physical condition when you plan to hike. Continue reading
Work on holidays and offset it on the perfect time. That’s exactly what I did to have a fun-filled weekend in the province of Camarines Sur. With friends from the blogging community and other amazing people, altogether we chased waterfalls, visited heritage/historic sites, ate great food and met new friends. So to give you a preview of our CAMSUR trip, here’s our itineraries in photos from January 23 to 26.
1. The Naga Manor: our home in Naga City.