Third day of Stormy Boracay 2011 and I am greeted with coffee and mess on the television cabinet.
After my last weekend from Baguio and Tagaytay which you could read HERE, we are now going to Boracay! This time, it's a little different because we're going there with a lot of friends, families, and friends. It just happened as those invited to the wedding also brought their families and friends of their own. Unfortunately, the wedding was called off but everyone still went.
Friends, haven't had their sleep yet from work.
Today's a Sunday, but there is no SUN.
Today is Labor Day, a day where we celebrate the worker's achievements and hard work. This year, Labor Day does not fall on a work day but on a Sunday and there's no announcement of a holiday on the first workday, Monday. The family had planned this quite big Tagaytay outing for celebrating the birthday of niece and the return to the Philippines of my youngest sister from the states.
Earlier that day, I just came from a one day outing in Baguio with my office mates which you could read here. I got home at around 8am and slept four hours. The picture below is what greeted me when I got out from the room. It appears we're all set and ready to go!
Would you say waste? Yes it is. The travel time, expense and effort going to Baguio does not make worth it and you'll not make much in just a day, but, this was an invitation from an office mate about the resign from her job. I was hungry for summer and not want it go to waste so I agreed to join them.
I was testing the camera and took a photo of her desk.
Taken at 6:21 AM, this is going to be our last day in Vigan and Ilocos itself. We took the included breakfast from our stay in The Cordillera Inn where the menu is typical Filipino breakfast.
Disclaimer: My "Sprint to North Luzon" posts do not serve as a travel guide.
March 19, a Saturday. Today's the big day. It is because we had been and done many and I did 416 shots with only one camera which excludes the deleted photos, missed photos due to no low battery power, and times I charged the camera battery.
Spoiler Alert: Many pictures ahead.