Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Conquered Corregidor

The famous place where Americans and Filipinos were in one to save this beautiful country against the invasion of Japanese forces.

Make it a point to visit this historical island. It has a lot of stories to tell.

The ruins.

If these walls could talk.

Thanks Ate Cure for this pair of shoes. visit her: Dear Girl
This place made me more proud of being a Filipino.

Malinta: Full of Leaches.

inside the tunnel.

that's what the world needs...

Davao: River Tubing

As they say, save the best for last.
This was on our last day.
We saved the most tiring activity we had in our trip.

River Tubing!

Destination: Talomo River.

Layak Outdoors, Calinan, Davao

isn't she adorable?

Getting ready for the bumpiest ride of my life and yes, sun toast! :(

Bon Voyage!

The shytype Carlos Edwin Aguilar in his "youll-never-see-me-in-this-kind-of-face-ever-again."


yes, that's me.


Davao: Scuba Diving

The day before we went on scuba diving was the magnitude 8.9 earthquake in Japan. Everyone was so worried that our trip will not push thru because of the after shock that might hit Davao.

God is so good. Everything went well.

I had my first scuba diving.

Marisa Reef, Samal Island, Davao del Sur

oh yes am ready!

gotta work it
the beauty underneath the sea was breathtaking

fat Patrick!

i was so excited to smile on cam i bumped my lips on the anemone. It stings!
40 feet under for a beginner is ain't bad is it?

There's more to life indeed. 

Monday, March 28, 2011

Davao: Night Life

Even though we were dead tired, the Night Life is something that we should not miss.

Hybrid Bar located at Wheels N' More Drive Compound Bajada

Hey Ladies!!!

 Yazmin Bihasa Soriano

Kathy San Blas

Karen May Quiocho Romarate


This one caught my eye! 

 Kar Baltazar and Josh Abz

Kar's Booties.
Tequila baby!

And yes, we danced the night away.