My very first photo with T. We spent New Year's Eve watching fireworks from a cliff in Tagaytay Highlands before joining our friends back in Manila for the parties.
continued from part 1...
I've always loved TOMS for their shoes and their advocacy (read my previous blog posts on TOMS). And on November 24 to 25, TOMS is inviting us to their annual Give Fair at the Alabang Town Center as their way of saying thank you to all their supporters.
"I got the items already. I love them! :) Thanks again to you and Kat for choosing me as the winner."
Note: Writing this post while waiting for our transfers in Palawan.. :)
New Year's Day
1 January 2011
|Thankful for healthy treats at Slice High St!|
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*As of 4:36pm
22 June 2012
How To Get There
Manila to Busuanga
Coron town is in Busuanga Island, and not Coron Island. Our tour guide explained that the town transferred from Coron Island to Busuanga Island, but retained its name. Hence, the confusion.
There are 2 ways to get to Busuanga.
1. By air
2. By sea
Air travel is at least P8,000/$25 per person. Taking the sea route is cheaper at only P1,500/$3 per person (and that's for a suite already!) but will consume 12 hours of travel time.
Obviously, T and I chose to fly.
Wondering about the sign below? Well, I mixed up our time of departure in Manila with our arrival time in Busuanga. Thank heavens we got there 5 minutes before the counter closed!