|Mga mukhang maton pero mas babae pa saken!|
Ate: Sir, ano pong pwedeng mag-break dito? [sa check-in baggage]
Mga Bakla: [nagkasabay pa] My heart!Toinks!
Zaicy promised me that we'll stick with the 6k budget for Davao. To my surprise, he bought a PhP500 worth of sando (yes, a sando!) at the airport and a messenger bag at the plane! And Carlo bought CEB's messenger bag, gadget case and lanyard.
|Akala ko ba tipid mode tayo, frends? E nag-shopping kayo sa eroplano!|
We took a cab going to Jollibee Pampanga. Davao is really impressive. Besides the fact that you won't see anyone smoking in public because of the city ordinance, the streets are oh-so-clean!
A few steps away from Jollibee is our would-be home for 4 days. We were welcomed warmly by sweet Auntie, owner of the house. By the way, it's Dimples' birthday. She arrived earlier with Deo and TJ and her mom-in-law.
|Clockwise: TJ, me, Zaicy, Auntie, Deo's mom, Carlo & Dimples|
We didn't like to waste day 1.. so our first destination? Swimming at Bluejaz Beach Resort in Samal Island. Entrance fee is only PhP150 inclusive of boat transfers and use of resort's facilities.
It took only 15mins to get from the main port to the resort. I guess Bluejaz is known for their pool with giant slides but we weren't able to try those. We spent too much time in the beach and infinity pool and forgot all about the slides.
Or actually, we spent all our time in.. pictorials!
|The birthday girl Dimpy and hubby Deo|
|Mahilig talaga si bff sa banana.. boat!|
|Pak na pak sa magdamag na puyatan!|
We had to go back at around 4pm. Auntie's house is stone's throw away from Bluejaz's main port so we just walked home. For mirienda, they made us try durian which is not yummy in any way! Just look at how Dimples reacted..
|Mukha bang masarap? lol|
|Nakakasira ng diet na lafang|
We left around around 10pm. I didn't realize I was really exhausted until I slept in the van on the way home.
Next post will be about our day tour in Pearl Farm.. ♥
Basta pagkatapos talaga ng mahabang bakasyon, I'm sooo tamad! Yun lang..
*Madayaw is a warm and friendly greeting derived from the Davawenyo word "daya" that means good. It is also used to describe anything that is valuable, superior or beautiful. So you are free to say that Joanne is madayaw.. chos!