Friday, December 4, 2009

Don't Trust the Special Holidays Much! =P


The time that Nov.27-28 were declared holidays, my friends and i immediately booked a ticket to Iloilo so we could visit our friends and head to Boracay after...not knowing that the declaration would be reverted. Argh. So we filed those days as a leave of absence instead.

We flew via Cebu Pacific. Unfortunately our flight got delayed. They got a nice airport in Iloilo. Unfortunately we weren't able to take photos 'coz were already starving.



That's SM Iloilo. Went here right after visiting Guimaras 'coz we realized we can't survive a day without seeing buildings. hahaha!=))

Oh and that's the very stressful Guimaras. Trust me, this photo can't tell how awful our experience there was. It's just so weird that people there didn't know how to treat their tourists well. No wonder, until now, its tourism wasn't as great as that of other islands.

Well if not only because of their World's Sweetest Mangoes and the oil spill years ago, they won't get that semi-popularity. We didn't even had a chance to taste the fruit itself, we just had a shake. haha! Oh, not to mention, we had a very tasty seafood lunch too.=)

Boracay experience needs a separate blog entry haha!=P

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Friday, December 4, 2009

Don't Trust the Special Holidays Much! =P


The time that Nov.27-28 were declared holidays, my friends and i immediately booked a ticket to Iloilo so we could visit our friends and head to Boracay after...not knowing that the declaration would be reverted. Argh. So we filed those days as a leave of absence instead.

We flew via Cebu Pacific. Unfortunately our flight got delayed. They got a nice airport in Iloilo. Unfortunately we weren't able to take photos 'coz were already starving.



That's SM Iloilo. Went here right after visiting Guimaras 'coz we realized we can't survive a day without seeing buildings. hahaha!=))

Oh and that's the very stressful Guimaras. Trust me, this photo can't tell how awful our experience there was. It's just so weird that people there didn't know how to treat their tourists well. No wonder, until now, its tourism wasn't as great as that of other islands.

Well if not only because of their World's Sweetest Mangoes and the oil spill years ago, they won't get that semi-popularity. We didn't even had a chance to taste the fruit itself, we just had a shake. haha! Oh, not to mention, we had a very tasty seafood lunch too.=)

Boracay experience needs a separate blog entry haha!=P

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