This blog post is long overdue. I’ve had these images edited since November 2018 but because I am my usual self, I forgot about these OR I may have drafted a post for it but I didn’t like the output so here I am trying to write up another post for this trip. ^^
See my Rhode Island blog post here.
Continue reading ➞ A Day in Boston, Massachusetts
I never get to travel a lot that’s why my most visited state is New York. And if I’m lucky, we get to visit Virginia to visit some family – but I haven’t really explored Virginia that much as like I said, we are just visiting family whenever we are in the state! So then, the first state I solo-traveled is Rhode Island. I honestly didn’t thought that I’d be taking a vacation this year – and that I will be able to go to another state!
Continue reading ➞ Friday in Providence, Rhode Island
This is a long overdue post. I’ve been meaning to share few photos from that trip but time and work stuffs are in the way and honestly, been playing video games every single day! But here I am trying to work on this post again – for the nth time!
Labor Day this year — 2018, my family and I visited Washington D.C and explore a few place for a day.
We were all ready around 4 in the morning and headed out to barge in the road for good ol 3-hours. Surprisingly I didn’t sleep while on the road knowing that I only got like 2 hours sleep, maybe it was because of the coffee.
Continue reading ➞ Labor Day in Washington, D.C.
No surprise that I started to love the ideas of small travels. It started when we had that long drive to Virginia to see some relatives and that was the first time we traveled out of the state ~ besides New York and Pennsylvania.
We packed our clothes two days before we leave that’s how excited I am to see kids and relatives that we haven’t seen in months or more likely in a year.
Continue reading ➞ Basilica of National Shrine | Washington, D.C
I saw posts about an indoor trampoline park before we actually flew for our vacation and was curious about it and I told my sisters about it and they were so game about it. So then when we had our vacation in the Philippines, we got the time and privilege to go to one of their branches.
It was the 19th of December when we decided to visit San Fernando branch of Jump Yard. Located at Paseo Las Palmas, Jose Abad Santos Ave., San Fernando, Pampanga.
The place has three like activity center for any ages. But we decided to go with the Indoor Trampoline Park. To check out the other activities here are some of their links: Lazer Maxx and Fun Ranch.
Continue reading ➞ Jumpyard | Philippines
On December 30th, my family and I drove an hour or two to Marilao, Bulacan to hear a mass. We got ready around 4 AM and was ready for the road after an hour, we then arrived the place at around 7 AM or so. And far as I could remember, it was my first time in the church. But then, my parents told us that we’ve already visited the church once, when we were young and when half of the church was still under construction, I think.
We came in early for the next mass, so we waited and walked around the place and was really fascinated by the place.
Continue reading ➞ National Shrine of the Divine Mercy | Philippines
Have you heard of the famous Cristo Redentor or Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil? If yes, isn’t one of the greatest statue ever? I wanted to see that with my own eyes, but having to travel to Brazil will sure cost me a lot. So luckily when we had our vacation in the Philippines, we got to see the Statue of the Risen Christ. A thirty-foot statue that resembles the one in Brazil, read rest of the Monasterio de Tarlac in Wiki [here].
I didn’t have to book a flight to Brazil to see the statue and I know it’s not the replica of it, but hey it’s similar to the one they have in Brazil. Right? The municipality of Tarlac City has its own rendition of the said statue.
Continue reading ➞ Monasterio De Tarlac | Philippines
Over the Thanksgiving weekend, we head our way to Virginia to visit some relatives. It was our second time visiting them (the last time was back in May) and this time, it was a full house! We drove almost four hours and stopped once and I slept most of the times to avoid the motion sickness I had the first time we visited the state.
Continue reading ➞ Baltimore Inner Harbor | Maryland