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Exploring The Beauty Of Bali (Day 1)

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So stoked to blog about our recent Bali trip. If only I could blog about it everyday, I would. Haha. But I just can't because these past few days had been really busy. Hehe. Moving on! Let the blogging roll..
Our flight was via Air Asia and international flights for Air Asia are through NAIA Terminal 3. We got our tickets for only P4,200.00 roundtrip + P400.00 processing fee. And that makes it P4,600.00 each. Baggage fee is not yet included though. But we availed one for my mom, which is 20kg for P920.00. By the way, I was able to book this promo fare last October 2017. 😬
We arrived at NAIA Terminal 3 about 3-4 hours before our flight which gave us enough time to check-in, pay for the travel tax, line up in the immigration and eat our early dinner. Hehe. 








While we were waiting to board for our flight, I told my sister that Aryanna Epperson's (an OPM TV and MTV VJ) mom looks like flying with us, because her mom is at the same boarding gate with ours. I thought Aryanna wasn't …

Team Siargao (Day 4)

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Today's the day that I'll be posting about our Day 4/last day in Siargao.
As a recap, here are the links to our Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 there.
Moving on now, we just spent our last day in Siargao by chilling out. The night before this, I was thinking of going to Magpupungko Tidal Wave Pool but parang nakakatamad because we had to wake up super early. Hehe. Also, I'm yet to visit Sugba Lagboon which was closed when we went to Siargao. 😞 It was closed the entire week that we were in Siargao and the week that followed. So so sad! Huhu. Anyway, gotta save those places for next time then.
By the way, here's some info about the 2 tours I've mentioned above.
Magpupungko Tidal Wave Pool You have to pay P800.00 via habal-habal going back and forth of Magpupungko, which is already good for 2 pax. It's a 40 minutes habal-habal drive according to the habal-habal driver tha I met. Magpupungko Tidal Wave Pool is said to be best-visited when it's low tide. So you can walk and …