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I finally get to see my hipster boyfriend! I love you always ♥

My new favorite from Tous les jours. it has chocolate inside and It’s divine! I should’ve bought tons of it.

My new favorite from Tous les jours. it has chocolate inside and It’s divine! I should’ve bought tons of it.

What should I do? I am fond of you. 

What should I do? I am fond of you. 

We’ve reached the Grotto for 15 minutes (not sure though) it was the highest peak of Manabu. it didn’t take us that long. we stick around for 30 minutes and head back to the base camp. that’s it! it was just a typical chill climb but still, an adventure to remember. 

Some fragments of our “Take Five”. in other words, we rest, eat and replenish. somewhere in the wilderness, we found a lake and we took our chances to wash our face for a refreshing feeling. considering how hot the weather it was. we were perspiring and some of my muscles were aching. we saw a shack near by and we stop over to have buko juice. it was good. really good. I was revived! and ready to go on. 

For the main attraction, the oh so famous “Anito” and Mang Pirying’s homemade kapeng barako. so when my friends invited me to go hiking in Mt.Manabu, I thought of these two. the d*ck shaped statue and Manabu’s Starbucks coffee. every hiker should try the Kopi Luwak. It’s part of the hiking experience. It was my first time to see a real Luwak. their job was to poop and people will drink their poop as coffee. sounds disgusting? well, I don’t know. I feel bad for him because he’s inside the cage. I’m sorry, I am really emotional when it comes to animals. but on the contrary, one of the best feelings in the world, is to take a zip of coffee with mother nature. ( if you’re a coffee lover that is). meanwhile, hikers go cray cray to take pictures with the statue. I hate to say this, I’m one of those hikers. but why? go figure. :)

Creatures that I have encountered in Mt.Manabu. there’s this monkey who was so grumpy and his other hand was cut-off. we don’t know the story behind it but when I’ve first hike Mt.Manabu, his hand was no longer in existance, and he’s still in the same place, the same cage. the poor thing. anyway, nothing to be worried about because the locals are taking care of him well. the bunnies as usual, stayed cool and quiet. they were eating kangkong at that time. the chicks were everywhere! They’re so cute, I chased them and they all ran away. I saw this worm crawling fast with his yellow feet and it didn’t creep me out. this lady bug just appeared out of nowhere while I was in the summit. I took a picture and she was gone. gone with the wind  

These was taken almost 2 months ago. I was feeling lackadaisical to post them. and I find my blogspot very complicated that I suddenly lose interest. so I chose Tumblr. I have 200+ photos and here are some. I was with my three loyal hiking buddies and I’ve met two new friends. we were in Mt.Manabu ( 760+ MSL) it’s a 1 hour to 2 hour climb. but we managed to reached the summit for just an hour. we had lunch at the campsite and it was roasting up there. we had a few shots with our K9 friend, appreciate the view and we doze off for a while. after that, we headed to the summit where it was windy and cold but we were still exposed to the sun. 

I can’t stand a day not listening to their songs. it’s a must

I can’t stand a day not listening to their songs. it’s a must