The fun never stops in our Caramoan island hopping. I was glad that my family enjoyed our water activity yesterday on the East Side. They were captivated of the stunning islands that loomed through their eyes. For our second day, we will visit the islands on the West Side. This includes Guinahoan Lighthouse, Cotivas, Manlawi Sandbar and Sabitang Laya.
Our country, a fascinating archipelago endowed with 7,107 island wonders is truly blessed with the best-kept tourist attractions. Wherever you go, you will discover lots of places to explore and captivate you. For this summer, we had the opportunity to set foot to Matnog in Sorsogon to see its rare pinkish sand beaches and get lost to another paradise island!
It’s Amy’s birthday today and she will treat us for dinner. Some of my care bear co-members (my office mates in reality) were elated to go back at Dampa in Macapagal Boulevard for seafood delight. But Amy declined because we had frequented the area from past several occasions. She wanted to eat something new this time. More suggestions came up until we ended up at Mesa, Filipino Moderne in Greenbelt 5, Makati.
Right after our hefty meal with my co-carebear members at Mesa, Food Moderne in Greenbelt 5, Makati City we set off for dessert delight at St. Marc Café in Greenbelt 3.The café originally came from Japan and is eyeing for branch expansion to several Asian countries which includes the Philippines.
When we speak of Baler, surfing initially comes to one’s mind. Right?
Baler, the once sleepy municipality now emerges as one of the top surfing spots in the Philippines. This provincial capital of Aurora which is oftentimes mistaken as part of Quezon Province is not only all about an endless surfing in Sabang Beach. It has unspoiled waterfalls, dramatic rock formations, creamy white-sand and buffeting waves… surely Baler is worth a place to explore!