Anyhoo, though I'm considered to be oversharer / social media hog these days, I could say it was not the same of degree before. I'm actually more tamed now. I guess maybe because I got busy, my kids are now bigger and it seems not so right to be posting them all over the www, I came to know personally the used-to-be anonymous connections and everything just felt awkward. And I don't feel comfortable my "written thoughts" ending up on facebook (because I'm so feeling popular) where "sarcasm" is non-existent.
Thing is I'm really was that. So let me try to be say "hello" to that self! =) Let's start with some 101 photos.
On the barge on the way to Negros Oriental.
We made a detour to Twin Lakes. So twin lakes are 2 lakes, Lake Balinsayao and Lake Danao, separated by a hill.
Boating is P250/hour.
Going to Lake Danao
At Dumaguete port while waiting for Oceanjet, Mateo took a fake rest.
Landed in Siquijor. Me and kids 1st time!!!
At Coco Grove, and that was like my Siquijor experience at a gated resort. I was etching to go out, and go for a trek but it was hard with 3 kids, and Migi got sick on the 2nd day.
Mati choreographed photo.
While waiting for our food, Mati entertained his self. He asked me to take photos of him. For some reason, every thing takes a while for food to be served. Not that I complained about it.
The star has no fault.
Low tides always reminds me of my beach days when I was a kid in Badian. Because I could remember the very colorful sea / beach of Lambug beach back in Badian. It was full of colorful starfish, different types of sea urchins, colorful plants, and just about any sea creatures. And, I haven't seen as beautiful and lively like that.
Maybe because our seas are overused. Hello, overpopulation! I doubt if Lambug beach is still like it before.