It’s been ages since my tough hike which was at Miyamit Falls in 2015. Oh I could still feel the cramps and body pain. Haha! Joining a dayhike to Mt. Daraitan in Tanay, Rizal last month made me feel so ecstatic at the same time a bit pressured. How can’t I? I’d be with a bunch of expert hikers!
By traveling frequently, I tend to learn how to be a smart packer and know the essentials with some ‘wants’ in between. Adding a portion of style, I choose accents that are not only limited to make everything look pretty but also come in handy when adventure kicks in. I don’t also easily give in to expensive buys just to meet my travel needs as there are items that are of high quality yet not costly.
Food parks have sprouted all around the metro and my bad, I haven’t tried one yet here in Pampanga. When my friends from Hotels Guide PH planned a food adventure, I counted myself in (Haha!) and to my surprise, it’s not in a restaurant or coffee shop but a food park in Tarlac. Not a typical one as it’s first of its kind in Tarlac – HUNGRY YARD.
With its beautiful resorts, giant waves, hip restos and chill atmosphere, La Union has been a go-to destination for every summer lover so this was our next stop after our Zambales trip and Puning tour. We went here last October for Fhabs’ post-birthday celebration and came back for a summer escapade.