Laiya Getaway ( Take 2!)

I went to Laiya in San Juan, Batangas again ( last May 31) but this time I was with Baby, Kel, John, Rona and Karla. It was my first time to go out of town with them so the experience is different compared with my officemates. We stayed in White Cove Beach Resort ( same as where my officemates and I stayed last Holy Week) but this time we stayed overnight there. It was one hell of an adventure for us because we were supposed to leave early. How unfortunate Kel was when his driver’s license was given by the guard on duty ( in Baby’s village) to another person. It was his car that will be be used to go to Batangas and he didn’t have his license. We tried to locate the other person who might have his license but really couldn’t find him. Well anyway, we proceeded to a notary public to process an affidavit of loss then headed to Batangas after lunch. We arrived in San Juan about 5:00 pm. It was their fiesta celebration, got caught up in the traffic because some barangays have their own santacruzan. Even though it was a slow traffic, we enjoyed watching the santacruzan. Continue reading “Laiya Getaway ( Take 2!)”

sponteneity is the best policy

Saturday, Feb 2, 2008. ( current physical condition: major coughing and sore throat).

We were supposed to go to a resort owned by Baby ( Karla’s best friend) in Cavite but at the last minute she had to cancel it to go to the doctor. Just for sponteneity’s sake, we still went to Cavite but instead we decided to go to Tagaytay ( it’s still in Cavite right? hehe). We hitched a ride w Thea ( my officemate/friend) who goes home to Cavite every weekend. Thea dropped us off ( by the way we’re with Vien in the car) in SM Bacoor then after that Vien went her way and karla and I waited for a bus going to Tagaytay. It was a long trip, we arrived Tagaytay about 7 pm ( we left sm bacoor at abt 4 pm). I haven’t felt the chills when we dropped off from the bus. I just realized it when were were already at Leslie’s. I didn’t even bring a jacket. Haha. Continue reading “sponteneity is the best policy”