Hello there! Albeit it’s the first month of June and Summer has already ended. I will still take you on my vacation wanderlust over the past week. First day of exploring Tagaytay and I am beyond excited and nervous! Exhilarated to see what’s in store for us in the said City and quite nervous if we get lost and might end up in a ‘wrong turn’ get it? Haha – after all, we skipped using a private car and tried their public transportations + with the help of good ‘ol google map. Now, thats quite exciting if you ask me. On our first day though, we’ve been able to dine in at Bag of Beans, stroll around Serin Mall and enjoy the view and rides at Skyranch Tagaytay. That’s an A+ for starters right?
First official summer vacation this 2015! Albeit, i’ve been visiting unknown places with friends the past weeks this one is really special – because I get to travel with Family. Our first stop, the nearest in the hussle city of Manila – Tagaytay! To be honest it was my first time in the said place and as I did my research there were quite a lot of things to dine and visit in Tagaytay. So, the sherlock in me got all giddy and planned the three day stay there to make things worthwhile and memorable.
How can one not take advantage of a beautiful backdrop in a Log House? Not me! Despite the busy schedule, I had the time to take outfit shots in this beautiful place. Shoutout to Klyde Jarabelo for taking these photos! Since my friends itinerary include ‘strawberry picking’ I thought it would be appropriate to wear something a bit relevant to the said activity. Lo behold a striped overalls plus a big black hat to shield the sun! Isn’t it strawberry picking appropriate? Plus, don’t get me started on how I braved the cold breeze of BuDa – never thought the weather there would be that cold. Good thing Mr. Sun’s heat saved me from the cold air. 🙂Will blog about our trekking experience all the way to a hidden waterfall on my next post! What do you think of this outfit?
“The best way to make your
dreams come true is to wake up.”
“Maybe it’s not about the happy ending,
maybe it’s about the story.”