📍 Loboc River Floating Restaurant
Get serenaded by this man while eating your sumptuous Filipino cuisine. (SWIPE LEFT TO SEE MORE!) And oh, you'll also get a beautiful view while digging your food as this floating restaurant cruises the river for 2 hours. There's also a little performance done by the locals where you can dance the Tinikling with them. I tried it and it was so funnnnn! So sad though, nobody took a video of me!😞 HAHAHA but my kid has a video of it! She enjoyed this too!😂 Somebody will take a photo of you and if you wanna have the printed picture, you're gonna pay as far as I remember, P200.00. For the food buffet, we paid P500 pesos per adult. seniors have a 20% discount, kids pay in half.
The staffs are very organized. They'll give a number for your designated table after paying. So yeah, after touring around Bohol it's a must to chill and eat here!😂 #bohol#loboc#rivercruise#floatingrestaurant
📍 National Shrine of Divine Mercy, Bulacan
Paid a visit to this church with the family today. Just below of the main church, we went straight to the Lourdes' Cave wherein you'll see a man-made mini water falls which has been said a miraculous and healing water. A lot of crutches & wheelchairs from the devotees who have been healed are being displayed there too.
As you go through to the cave, you'll see Jesus Christ lying in a rectangular glass box protruding His feet. My kid asked me, "Mommy, sleeping Jesus?" Hehehe
Just giving you some Tea on this chilly night | Many times we try to hide our gifts or down play our gifts to please others in our circle ⭕️ that may be struggling with success. STOP! Don’t live in guilt of your Gifts you were Blessed with. You work to hard to get to this point and you are going to remain humble & proud of those God given Gifts! #lifecoach#familythattravel#motherhood#educator#businesswomanforgod
1 week ago
We have been meaning to introduce our kids on this page, so here goes. Meet our children Noah and Zivah, our pride and joy, our travel companions and the biggest pains in our back and neck, quite literally!! I am cautiously optimistic about this post, after all these are our kids and putting them on up social media for the world to see is daunting. But then I thought can we really have a travel page without them, after all they are the other 50% (if not more!) of this equation. When Vetti and I had kids, we agreed to share with them the awe of travel. We would not compromise on our love for travelling, adjustments, sure, but not give it up.
After a combined count of 9 countries between our kids aged 1 and 3.5yrs I can say we wouldn't have it any other way. There is no better way to meet new people and make the mundane more interesting than to have kids with you! Patience is key and to not be too set in your ways is crutial - flexibilty and adaptability.
What we enjoy most is the quality time we get to spend with each other when we are travelling, seeing the world together and introducing the children to this beautiful world.
The moments of real joy come not from the stops on our itinerary but from somewhere in between. Months after a trip, my son (2 at the time) points to a boat on his socks and says mumma look boat like the one in Shiankaaa (Sri lanka) or the look in my daughters eyes when she touched snow for the first time at 9months These unplanned moments are what makes it so special.
We haven't got our travelling light part down pat yet, with Vetti lagging around 60kg luggage across 6 countries for 5 weeks (lost 9kg weight in the process) there's definite room for improvement in that regard. But we have learned to be more organised with our packing and have a wealth of other travel tips tried and tested.
So hit us up with questions and in the meantime enjoy our family adventures!
1 week ago
Found a door to match my vibe!
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