I took this somewhere in the South of Cebu where there is a big church with a big lawn and big statues on it. This is still one of my IR attempts for photography. I guess I over did it this time with the shades of blue when it comes to PP. hehehe
Still, it looks lovely for me though it’s a bit creepy…
hey you… thanks for our almost one month affair… im gonna miss u sooo much. just be happy with her okay? best wishes to both of u. mwah. pag amping bogoy. pag amping.friend… :)
when boredome strikes. hahaha. pardon my ugly face tumblies mwah xoxo
Hello Tumblies!! Sorry I haven’t had time to post my escapades lately. But guess what? I’m here now and Imma blog all the things that I’ve been doing for these past several months. So let’s start with my Macau Experience :D Actually, I went to Pampangga first and visited my family there. My relatives from Japan also came and we had a great vacation together. Unfortunately, my other cousin Michael wasn’t able to join us though :( Meet Erika chan!!! We call her Eri hehehe :) And here’s Sean Kun. So cute and cuddly :) Together, They are one heck of trouble makers hehehe. Terrible but cute :) I only spent 2 days in Pampangga and my Japanese relatives had to go back to Japan as well. So we took pictures at the airport before they left: And here’s a picture of my whole Fujita Family :) After the Japanese Bonvoyage, My aunt and I prepared ourselves for our Macau vacation which took place hours after we sent our relatives home to Japan. Macau was my first international vacation. It was a great privilege that I was given a chance to go to Macau for free :) When we first arrived, the temperature was so hot, even at night, you can really feel the hot steam coming our underneath the soil of the streets. It produced this kind of humid warm feeling in the air. We were so tired when we arrived and didn’t have any chance to go to some places at night. We decided to take our rest and we slept early in order for us to explore Macau in the morning. Morning came and we finally, we got to go to Senado Square or Largo de Senado and explore the beauty of it’s architecture. Here are some pHotos of us:
Macau has a lot of Portuguese inspired Structures just like this church in Senado square.
I also like this place over here, this is the place to be to buy Macau Delicacies, like egg tarts, cookies and those hanging red meat that are way beyond delicious :)
I also spotted this place where they sold colorful kites. Might be for some festivals or something
I also took the chance to take a picture of myself on one of their stall mirrors.
And of course, we took pictures of this amazing and popular church ruins in Senado Square
to be continued…
look for the photo bomber hahaha
baby’s 1st birthday. tinkerbell theme
going to alcoy haha #vacay #withsistah #baby
celebrating mah bday at d beach. #bday #beachbum #happiness
my lil shopper #f21 #baby #cute #shopping #forever21