So, my family is now in La Union…
HOLY CRAP IT IS SO FREAKING HOT IN HERE I CAN’T ASDFASDFASF AAAAAHHHHHH SERIOUSLY I DON’T KNOW HOW PEOPLE CAN STAND THIS HEAT.
Well, I’m so happy that I got to see SOME of relatives but it’s just so HOT. Even when the sun is no longer out, it’s still so HOT. I felt like I was about to pass out. I’m not exaggerating. That feeling reminded me of what I felt during LIV5, although right now it’s less intense. Lol. When I think I really couldn’t stand it (and my dad’s feeling so hot too), we decided to just stay inside the car. God bless the ~aircon~. Then I connected my USB to the car for ~music~. The first songs were that of A Rocket To The Moon. Then I told my dad, “Pa, okay lang ba yung music?” Then he said, “Oo naman, yan yung narinig ko sa concert eh” (referring to LIV5) ♥ Continue reading
On April 4 (mom’s birthday) we went down from Baguio to La Union. We had a reservation at South China Sea Resort so we stopped there for a while before visiting our relatives. When I walked farther to take a look at the shore, here’s what I saw..
THE SAND WAS MURDERED. My dad asked the lady at the counter if it’s just high tide that’s why there’s no sand, but then the lady said it’s really like that, but there used to be sand back then. I was kinda disappointed. I don’t really like swimming in the sea (though I used to when I was a kid) because of this fear that I developed few years ago that there might be something under the water. But one of my hobbies ever since I was a kid was collecting sea shells. Sadly, I don’t know where most of my shells are right now, and some have been already used for school projects. Continue reading
My Baguio Experience (April 1 – 4)
I think this is our family’s shortest stay in Baguio but it is definitely one of the most fun for me. I’m really not sure why but maybe it’s because we were out most of the time. Continue reading