If you are going to Romblon Island, you have to ride a ship from Batangas. Montenegro Lines are the vessels that travel to this destination so far. And if you are going to Sibuyan Island, you still have to ride another smaller ship, M/V Querubin, to get there. Regular fare for airconditioned room from Batangas to Romblon Island is Php 1,240.00, while from Romblon Island to Ambulong Port, Sibuyan Island is Php 198.00.
Because my Lolo died last July 13, I was able to go back to my home province again; it has been two years since the last time I was there. Amidst a loss of a loved one, we still made it to Lambingan Falls to give ourselves a break.
It was my third time to visit this natural tourist spot in our hometown, and I was amazed to see the great changes made by the local government and private sector. It might not be as extravagant as spending the holidays to lanzarote, but it made my day.
I was Googling TIELCO, one of Romblon’s electric service provider, to complete a work-related task, and found this map. I instantly gained this strong feeling of wanting to explore all the islands of my hometown.
I am not sure if I can still pursue with this goal, as I am going to enter the married life sometime soon. Of course, I’ll sure have different priorities by then. However, I’ll bookmark this post, just in case, I win the lottery and find extra time to cruise along the 14 islands [and some islets—particularly Carabao and Cresta de Gallo] of Romblon.
Many people dream about America. I dream about Australia.
For the record, I want to live and work in Australia, for security and pleasure reasons. I want to enjoy life there with my future husband and bring my parents there to let them experience the same.
That is what I aim next year. After our wedding by the end of this year, I, together with h2b, will focus on Australia, starting with the job hunting and securing a house where we can stay, then buying airfare tickets—we have to keep our savings right after the big day because, for all we know, flight to australia costs a lot of money.
I am serious about this, friends. Please wish me luck. All my life, I just went with the flow, with no concrete plans whatsoever. Now, I am certain about getting this work done. Mark this day: I will fly to Australia soon.
Okay, as I was writing this post, it’s already February 4, 2013, but I am publishing it on April 30, 2012 since it happened then. Sorry for the late post; life has been a bit miserable. Oh well, I am better now. Much better.
Every summer departments under OP are required to have their team-building activities to strengthen the bond among bosses and employees, and at the same time, inspire them to work harder in the future. So here goes our office to make summer a conducive time for learning. Allow me to share pictures with caption to describe our more-than-six-hour-road-trip-just-to-arrive-at Catanauan Cove Beach Resort.
My officemate Heart was so generous to ask us (Will, Zyre and I) to join her family to their hometown. I had been to Padre Burgos some four years ago, but I never thought it has more than what I experience from then. It has more to offer, including its pristine beaches and greeneries; I couldn’t get enough of it.
We (Yobs and I) are just so glad to have bought two round-trip tickets to Puerto Princesa, Palawan for only Php 1,600+. Thanks to AirPhilExpress for your two-peso promo and we got to avail it for a romantic escapade due December.
We can’t wait to experience the Underground River Tour and see for ourselves the beauty of one of the newly pronounced Seven Wonders of the World. We haven’t tried cruises from Southampton to fascinating La Coruña in Galicia, Spain, but we think a Puerto Princesa trip, with El Nido on the side, would be as fun. Excited much.
Day 3 of my Visita Iglesia 2012 was a productive one, not only because we (Yobs and I) got to make an ocular visit of our wedding church, but also accomplished paying in full the wedding church fee.
San Antonio de Padua Quasi-Parish is small yet so nice. The Altar is really beautiful and the side doors are open, fresh air circulating in and out. I love the feel of it. I think Yobs does, too.
Today is Day 2 of my Visita Iglesia 2012—this time with my Daddy, Mommy, and our new household helper, Maria.
Annunciation Parish, Gen. Trias, Cavite