Posts Tagged ‘travel’
HDR: Bintan
Posted on: 11th of November 2009 | Under: Artsy Fartsy, Travel Junkie

The boyfriend and I went on an overnight getaway to Bintan Lagoon Resort in Indonesia before I flew back to Manila.

The resort was beautiful. Every corner was stunningly picturesque. Which is why I literally went shutter happy! :)

It was also the perfect time to try out more HDRs:


The beach had these huge rocks (no asbestos, so no mesothelioma threats) that were just worth taking shots of.



A more detailed blog about our trip soon. :) More HDR shots HERE.

I Wish I Could Just Travel
Posted on: 25th of October 2009 | Under: Artsy Fartsy, Travel Junkie

Gouache on Moleskine Sketch.

“I wish I could just take a year off to travel.”- Gouache in my moleskine sketch mid 2008.

This year has been pretty eventful for me in terms of traveling. I shuffled quite a bit between Manila and Singapore, and had several trips to other countries, including Brunei and Malaysia too. Next weekend, the boyfriend and I are also heading to Bintan, Indonesia for an overnight getaway before I fly back to Manila.

I obviously enjoy the thrill of traveling. Sometimes I wish I could really just take a year off, hop on a plane (after buying some travel insurance online, maybe) and go from one country to another. ♥

Adventure Video
Posted on: 13th of September 2009 | Under: Travel Junkie

As I mentioned in my post about our Caramoan Adventure, we recorded bits and pieces of our escapade on video too. Almost two dozen sets of them were great visuals on their own, but I decided to dissect a few and mashed them into a four-minute music video to the tune of Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling” (our official Bicol-Caramoan Getaway song).

It isn’t exactly bluray quality, but I believe it captured well how the island tickled our souls and turned our vacation into one cotton candy of an adventure. ♥♥♥

Beautiful Bicol
Posted on: 7th of September 2009 | Under: Travel Junkie

Our Caramoan Getaway was actually sandwiched between several days in Legazpi City in Albay, Bicol. Another couple of days well-spent with a wonderful group of people!

Thanks to Shella’s warm, generous and extremely hospitable family, our group was well taken care of during our entire stay. We were driven around the city, fed to the brim and were given the luxury of comfortably staying in their beach house too. Such a lovely family! :)

Legazpi welcomed us with great weather, awesome food and this breathtaking view on the plane:

The beautiful Mayon!

The beautiful Mayon volcano as seen on the plane, a few minutes before we landed.

at the airport

It was raining in Manila when we left, so we were all praying for sunny weather in Legazpi. See how strong our combined prayers were? :)

Cagsaua Ruins

Visiting Cagsaua Ruins.

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