Thursday, June 7, 2012

why i love traveling...

“Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” - Miriam Beard

Aside from relaxation, travel gives me new perspective. It taught me a lot of things. With my recent trip to Zambales, it gave me realizations that are relevant and useful in my life...

1. you can't prepare for everything, learn to deal with difficulties.

2. think outside the box, use your imagination.

3. laugh at your mistakes. learn from it but don't dwell.

4.“I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.”–Mark Twain 

I'm proud to say that the friends I have are the best. Distance and time doesn't matter, even if we haven't seen or talk to each other for years, we still have the same closeness and bond. It seems like there was no time/distance gap; no awkwardness. Everything's the same.
5. Lastly, as I stated in this blog enjoy the journeyit's not all about the destination its also about the trip; the people you met, the friends you gain, the adventures you went through and lessons that you learn. 

So keep exploring. Let's go! 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

the master is back!!!


gailie: gusto mo sama sa boracay? libre hotac, airfare na lang sagot mo.
master: di pa ready 6-pack ko.
gailie: wahaha! baliw ka talaga!

gailie: pano na pag nag Bali tayo?
master: ciempre, ibang usapan na yun. 
gailie: pano kung di pa ready 6-pack mo?
master: okay lang yun, mag tt-shirt na lang ako. kahit wala ng 6-pack.
gailie: bwiset ka talaga! wahaha!

master: di ba via KUL tayo nun?
gailie: yep! sa KUL na tayo magkita.
master: bigay mo na rin saken ticket mo CRK-KUL para sabay na tayo.
gailie: wahaha! abusado! gamitin mo free ticket mo noh!
master: wahaha! 

Monday, June 4, 2012

Gailie's Day off Series: Capones, Zambales

At first I thought we'd go swimming right away. Kuya boatman brought us to an island with big white rocks, I said to myself I can't swim here. But then I remember Ate Maria said that, Capones has a lighthouse. Probably, we will go to the lighthouse first. And that's what we did.

We have to climb and trek again while Kuya Boatman waits for us.

Finally, stairs!

Half way through...

At last we reached the lighthouse. 

Took some shots and tried to go up to the top of the lighthouse but the stairs are shaky. Its covered with rust and its doesn't look sturdy. After 30 minutes of taking pictures we went down and proceeded to the part of the island where we can swim.

White sand beach greeted us as we docked. The water was inviting us to take a dip and we did! The water was cold and clear, so clear that you can even see fishes swimming too.  

Mina and Annkat swam for a while but Unna and I swam till we were tired and hungry. 

By 11am we left the beautiful island of Capones and that concludes our stay in Zambales. We really had a great time. Till next time!