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Dream Honeymoon Destinations

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not getting married anytime soon. I’m not even in a relationship yet. Okay? :))

It’s just that I really think honeymoon destinations should be somewhere splendid. Where the couple can spend time together and just have fun without any worries. In my opinion, I don’t think it shouldn’t be the wedding that should be glamorous. It’s a one special day, yes. But its just ONE day. I believe that it’s the honeymoon that should be well spent ($$$) with. It’s where you’ll start off together – AS ONE. :”>

Okay, am I making sense here? or is it becoming too cheesy now? :)) Fine, lets just start of with my list of honeymoon destinations. These 3 places I’ve listed are the places I want to hit ALL in one single trip, like a one time, big time trip. But of course, I’m not Hitler or something. It will still depend on my future life partner if we can afford this kind and if he also agrees to these destinations. Oh well, wherever you are, whoever you will be.. prepare the $$$. Haha!

1. ) New York City, U.S.A.

– apart from not visiting the east coast from our last U.S. trip, I want to reserve this place for honeymoon mainly because I want to visit the main head quarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Brooklyn, NY with someone that I will spend my life with serving our Almighty God, Jehovah. (Yes, you read it right, I’m one of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.) Another reason would be to visit the famous Times Square and Manhattan! :”>Image


2.) Walt Disney World – Orlando, Florida

– I know it was just one of my recent posts that we went to Disneyland, California last summer. And believe me, I am still in a big hangover from it. I really fell in love with Disneyland and I would love to come back over and over again. This place might be a bit childish, but I really think it would be a great opportunity for me and my ‘future’ one to unleash the child in ourselves for one more BIG time because after that we need to grow up and face life’s realities. ¬†Image


3.) The Bahamas

– Our trip to Hawaii last summer actually made me realize that an island / beach setting would always be the most romantic ambiance of all. After a cityscape in NY, a childhood comeback in Florida, won’t it be nice to relax and chill in the serene beaches of Bahamas? It’s the most peaceful way to end a tiring vacation! ;)Image


I really think its not that bad to dream and plan WAYYYY ahead of time. Everyone has their own hopes and dreams in life. I’m just sharing mine. :)


Happiest Place on Earth

So this is what I’m saying when I said that we we’re moving from LA to Anaheim in my last post. We moved to Anaheim to spend 4 days in Disneyland! Honestly speaking, of all the places that we went to in the whole of our USA trip last summer, this is still probably the best part if you would ask me!

Again, this is a late post. But.. its very much worth remembering so I will still blog about it :)

My supposed title for this post is “Unleash the Child in You” because the moment you enter Disneyland you seem to be transported back to your childhood memories. I’m so glad that I’m neither too old or too young to have this Disneyland experience. For those who had been there before, you must be familiar of the two parks that Disneyland California has: The Disneyland Park and The Disney California Adventure Park. We visited both parks and I wouldn’t have a pick which park is better because both parks are just amazingly awesome! The time that we went there was also perfect because it was spring so its neither too cold or neither too hot. Its not a peak season too because students are still in school. But even though, there were still a flock of people in the park. We even decided to go on a Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday schedule and there were still a lot of people! I can’t imagine going there on weekdays and during their peak seasons (June-Aug). You’ll be out of wits waiting for your turn on the rides!

It can be very intimidating on your first visit. Just like what happened to us. The parks are gigantic, the maps are so huge, there are rides and attractions left and right, people kept on walking and walking like ants everywhere! It was crazy!! However, after a tiring day in Disneyland, it was very much worth it. Everything is just so much fun. It is indeed the happiest place on earth.

To make the long story short, here are some of the photos (out of our 400+ photos, only from Disneyland) that we had:


Cars! So cute isn’t it? :”>

Too bad the “Cars Land” part of Disneyland was scheduled to open last June. And we were there May!! :'(


“The Bugs Land”


(Disney California Adventure Park)


Do you recognize the robot? It’s the famous robot from Japan! It was amaaaazing!


(Disneyland Park – Tomorrowland)


(Disneyland Park – Fantasyland)


Finale of ‘It’s A Small World’ Gondola Ride

And of course, who would go to Disneyland without having a picture with their most favored cutie patootie characters?




If you know me personally, you would know that I don’t really draw. Its one of my weaknesses. I suck at drawing!! But in Disneyland, they made me draw. And up until now I’m so proud of my drawing. It’s not all the time that I can make something like this. Haha.


And lastly, our one and only family picture inside Disneyland. A good samaritan offered to take our picture. How nice! :)


As I was uploading these photos to this post, my sister and I were actually looking at the website of Hongkong Disneyland and Walt Disney Resort (Florida). We are still very much amazed how Disney puts together all of their gigantic parts with all its modern structures and features. Oh well, I bet my sister is hoping for a Disney experience Part 2. Honestly, I am too! :p

City of Angels in Spring

I really regret not starting this blog last summer. If I did, this post wouldn’t be as late. Haha. But.. it’s better late than never!

So last April 30, my family and I flew to Los Angeles, California via Hawaiian Air with a lay-over in¬†Honolulu. It’s actually our first time in the US of A. We had a lot of hassles with our lay-over in Honolulu since that’s where we’re gonna be checked by the Homeland Immigration. Long story short, we were actually running around the airport for our LAX flight because it was already in its final call. That was craaaaazy! It was very embarrassing when we finally got into the aircraft. Everyone was all eyes on us feeling annoyed that we caused the delay of the flight. But nevertheless, we still made it to the City of Angels!

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(Outfit: Shirt from Mango, Snakeskin Leggings thrifted, Jacket from Surplus, Scarf from my mom’s closet, Silver boots thrifted, and Brown Bag thrifted from Davao)

We arrived in LA around 11 PM and I remember finally arriving in our hotel at almost 12 MN. I knowww. It was such a crazy exhaustive trip! You wouldn’t believe that next day, we didn’t want to waste a day so we decided to go immediately for a city tour. On our 3rd day, we checked out of our LA hotel and moved to Anaheim. Why? Watch out for my next post! :)