Hale Manna, Moalboal

I first heard of Hale Manna (which means “good energy” in Sanskrit) when our wedding singer got married there last year. We finally got to visit one weekend this summer to celebrate our parents-in-law’s 43rd wedding anniversary. The place did not disappoint, and I took back┬áto the city with me only good energy. Continue reading “Hale Manna, Moalboal”

Hermit’s Cove

P.S. Please forgive me because I slept the whole time my teammates were exploring the beach… Anyway, after Bojo River, we decided to take the extra 2 kilometers to check out Hermit’s Cove, because, according to one of our teammates, it might be long when we can come back.. Continue reading “Hermit’s Cove”

Hidden Beach, Aloguinsan

Last weekend, my team mates and I had an outing. We thought it would be fun to check out the Bojo River tour but we wanted to stay over night in Aloguinsan and the only place we can afford was Hidden Beach. Why it’s called Hidden was pretty obvious when we knew the place is about 5 minutes by car from the main road. Continue reading “Hidden Beach, Aloguinsan”

Wild Colors & Prints at Bunzie’s Cove

 

Because I can’t get enough of the interiors and decor at Bunzie’s Cove, here are some more photos of the place — in reds, yellows, and oranges. Continue reading “Wild Colors & Prints at Bunzie’s Cove”

Neutrals at Bunzie’s Cove

 

While I enjoy looking at explosion of colors and prints, I don’t want to live in so many of them, and prefer to see neutrals at home. Here are some neutrals at Bunzie’s Cove that I think will look good in my apartment. Continue reading “Neutrals at Bunzie’s Cove”