I have been really uber busy busy busy these past few weeks. That’s why I only got the free time to blog now. It’s a sunny/windy Saturday morning and I think it’s a good time to share with all of you what had happened to me in 3 Islands these past 20 days.
O C T O B E R 27 – 29
“9th Western Visayas Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants – Mid Year Convention“
I attended this convention in Cebu along with my classmates held in Alta Cebu Resort & Convention Center where we stayed there for 3 days. (I sort of told you already about the story behind this event before it happened in my previous post.) They had various activities like Survivor Cebu, pageants, and Quiz Bees. Aside from the convention, we also had a little tour the 2nd day (4 of us kinda sneaked out. hahaha) We visited the some malls to buy souvenirs, a historic symbol: The Magellan’s Cross and the oldest street in the Philippines which is Colon…I really had a great time hanging with my classmates there. We are currently graduating students and we thought it’s time for us to grip the bonds that were already formed, tighter.
The whole troop
N O V E M B E R 3 – 6
After a matter of 3 days of staying in for halloween. Resting at home conditioned my body for another trip at the beach with my family. We’ve always wanted to go on a vacation, we are living a fast paced life because of school, work, and extra curricular activities and sometimes it’s best if we retreat even if it’s only a short period of time.
We stayed at a hotel in Iloilo City overnight and rode the bus at 3 am bound to Boracay. We traveled land for 6 hours before we finally arrived to paradise.
Loving the colors.
Lastly, we headed to a restaurant called Red Coconut for our last dinner there. We had pizza and chicken. One memorable thing about this trip was… while we were waiting for our food to be served, there was an acoustic band there and my mom decided to let my sister sing in front of the whole foreign guests. And so she did! They applauded her! proud sissy here 🙂
I’d like to acknowledge Travel Online for making this trip as easy as 1,2,3! They were very accommodating. I highly recommend 🙂
N O V E M B E R 13 – 14
Barely two days ago, I was at Iloilo city again for a Network Development Seminar. It was already kinda tiring because I haven’t had much sleep but I learned a lot! I’m thankful to God for always exposing me to these career opportunities even though I’m still young. Our speaker was Ms. Paola Buted where her topic was about personal leadership & self-mastery. She is like a second mom to me. She is really an effective speaker. Thank You Camella for this fun seminar & to my parents also for being able to bring me here 🙂
I did not bring my SLR camera this time becuase I was too lazy. haha. So here are the only pictures I took all of them are in my IG account 🙂
While waiting for us to board on the ferry.
So there you have it!
I just want to THANK YOU LORD so so so much! because of all that is happening in my life right now. I might be tired physically but i’m not complaining. These opportunities comes only once and we have to grab it if we can. words cannot express how grateful I am 🙂