Isinigaw ko na sa hangin.
We did the Marlboro Country-Blue Soil traverse in which we (somewhat) witness the sunrise and sea of clouds, followed by an easy trek to Blue Soil. I'm glad we skipped the Kiltepan Viewing Deck and took the less touristy, more active path, there wasn't enough photos of this place. Truly an astounding beauty of copper. Kudos to @rjlsantiago who was just game to whatever I suggested. 💟
It will be flashing neon lights for me, 2018. | 📸 @_kristinvalle
KJV x FSR | 📸@_kristinvalle
Let me be the ho in your holidays. Lol jk good girl na 👅
Travel tip: weather forecasts are unreliable and sometimes you won't get to see sunsets and sunrises. And it will still be fine. ☺️
When your tour guide acts as your creative director/photographer.
Best thing that happened in 2016, and I love them even more this year. To more B's and T's. 🧀
I feel like I aged 10 years because of what happened. But here's to being hopeful for 2018.
Beshie whale 🐳
Physically tired, but emotionally fulfilled.
Gave too much this year, but I haven't exhausted myself yet.
Life's a bit blurry anyway.
Every day you're sunshine. ☀️
We spontaneously boarded a bus bound to Quezon at 11:30pm and arrived in Real at 4am. This was taken at sunrise, as we were waiting to depart. It took us 7 hours, there was only one boat a day that goes to Jomalig, and it left at 11:15am. Then another 6 hour boat ride to the island. But the grueling wait was worth it, Jomalig captivated us with its sheer beauty.
Not so subtle tummy hide and genuine happiness.
Treated to this view on a clear October night.
I live for moments like this.