Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

Only two seasons here in the Philippines.. Rainy season and Summer season ^^

rain or shine.. boracay's a beauty for me ^^

rain or shine.. boracay’s a beauty for me ^^

ahh now that's more i like it ^^

ahh now that’s more i like it ^^ Panglao in summer

Weekly Photo Challenge:
share a picture that means CHANGING SEASONS to you.

more Panglao and Boracay here

Story Challenge: Letter S



Solitude. Sunset. Silhouette.

i’ll prolly be killed for this but here’s the story

so he packed his bags
to leave town for awhile
to erase the memory of her face
with the sea and alcohol
so he surfed all day
partied all night
but what they don’t know of
is that brief moment in between
when the sun sets
and everything falls quiet
all he could think about
was how it would’ve been perfect
if only she was there.

-post breakup

challenge from this great blog

Summer State of Mind

Cold weather is a bitch and a few days ago, the bitch has kicked my ass and given me the finger. >< So here I am cooped up in my room, trying to recover from the flu; there’s really nothing to do except watch Audrey Hepburn movies (that I’ve watched a million times already but I somehow never get tired of) and old Hollywood black and white movies and musicals which my boyfie absolutely hates. As I listen to the heavy downpour from outside my window, I turn my thoughts to happy days… like summertime with my family. 🙂 One of the most underrated destinations for adventure-seekers is the Daruanak Island in Pasacao. Didn’t I tell you there are plenty of amazing tourist destinations in Cam Sur? ^^ It’s an amazing spot for swimming and snorkeling specially for those who want a little privacy. You can also hike up the mountain. Having said that, Ive never been to the Daruanak Island but only admired it from afar… Well, not that far. You’ll see why..

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a view of the daruanak island.. ignore me ^^

the daruanak island from afar

How to get there? Take a bus or a plane from Manila to Naga City. At Naga City Bus Terminal, take a van that will bring you to Pasacao. When you reach town, rent a pump boat that will take you to the Daruanak Island.

*there’s no white sand in Daruanak, mostly just rocks.

xo -kz