Yeah! I'm giving special gifts to special people here on blogger. They mean a lot to me, cause they really care about what I post and what I rave about.

This was my first doodle ever! And I'm awarding this to: *drum rolls*

*throw confetti*

(click the images to visit their life blogs)

Visit their blogs, they're AWESOME!

PS. Thank you so much for making me feel I exist! Haha! (Drama!) Thanks for being an inspiration to me, for that, I can't abandon my blog.

For my other affies out there, don't you worry, as long as I retrieve my links, I'll make another doodle for you.

I Play at Work

Hola! Sorry guys for not updatin gthis blog. I've been busy with my domains and I don't have any stuffs to share in here (before).

By the way, I'm glad to tell you that I started my job officially, and it was yesterday.  I didn't know if it'll last or not. But, if you'll ask me, I'd say YES! Cause I really enjoyed what I did yesterday. Actually, I just sub my friend cause she's not around to take in charge that day. So, I can say, "It's my turn!". I've been a TOUR GIUDE for one whole day. I really enjoyed the trip for it's not that tiring. I want more! Haha!

We depart by 6am and arrived at the first destination by 8:00 am. Ricky, Me and Boss Bobby in Liip Laguna waiting for the Facilitator of Go Nuts Donuts. (9:00am)

Our second destination was Davao Crocodile Park in Boom na Boom Pasay located near MOA (SM Mall of Asia, third largest mall in the world) and Star City (a theme and adventure park).

It's a small zoo with a lot of crocodiles, different kinds of shark and fishes, birds, monkeys, snakes, goats, and others. Most of the animals there done cute tricks and stuffs such as catching there foods which are thrown in the air, dancing, talking, etc.

I have here a list of iterinary of the tour. See that white paper I'm holding?

A female ostrich staring at me.  

He's a one year old urangutan named ORANGE.

Pygmy goats, such as this buck, are commonly kept as pets and by small farms.

Bus No. 3: Where I was assigned. They're nice! They're from Sovereign Shepherd School of Values and Learnings (Soro - Soro Ibaba Batangas City)

We visited MOA too and enjoyed inside the SM Science Discovery Center and Planetarium. I have sent photos of me in my mail using Time Capsule console and I'm still waiting for it. I'm so excited to receive my 2 wacky shots.

Sorry guys, I don't have a lot of photos, I need to accompany the students.

Got home by 1 this morning. I'm still sleepy though. But I really need to update.

Bicol Tour

I am very thankful that I was given an opportunity to visit Bicol. Our family friend Tito Rodiger and Tita Ethel Richter offered me to join their tour. That was Dec. 27, 2010. We depart by 10am I guess. I had packed my things 2hours before the departure. I forgot to bring my jacket, but good thing I brought the yellow one, thinner and shorter. Before we go, we had our super late breakfast at Starbucks. [Inside the car.]

I have here cinnamon roll and Caramel cream.

Then we started the trip. I enjoyed the ride all the way to Legazpi. At 2pm, we had our super late lunch at Maxs Restaurant Lucena.  I had a piece of chicken and theirs was sizzling tofu, and some vegetarian stuffs. In our way, we encountered 6 buses and a truck stucked with minor problems. We saw 3 other vehicles, ruined and abandoned. Perhaps its because of sharp curves along the way.

We never gone in a wrong way. They have a map and they checked it for several times. They always talk in German and all I got to do is to keep quiet.

By 8pm, we looked for a hotel or a pension house where we can spend our night. We found Villa Esperanza. The light was so pale, the bathroom was so dirty. Everything was so disgusting. We have no choice but to stay there to spend the night.

Somewhere in Bicol.

Early in the morning, I have taken a bath already and prepared for the departure. We had our breakfast by 7:30pm. Then we go again. We arrived in Albay by 12:30 in in the afternoon. We arrived at Cagsaua (which I misread as Casagua) by 1:30 and roamed there for 1 and a half hour.

Mayon Volcano, also known as Mount Mayon, is an active stratovolcano in the province of Albay, in the Bicol Region, on the island of Luzon, in the Philippines. (Source)

In 1814, Mt. Mayon, in the province of Albay, the Philippines, erupted and devastated the surrounding communities. This is what remained of the Cagsawa church, whose bellfry has remained standing as a mute testimony of the enormous disaster caused by flowing lava. Some 1,200 people sought sanctuary in the church, thinking that they would be saved from the fury of Mayon volcano. (Source)
The Ruins of Cagsaua

See that church?

Now, where's the church?

Tito Rudiger is pointing on an empty space. Whew! I mean, it's a seminary before, where apprentices study to become nuns and priests.

Me and Tita Ethel. (Btw, you'll notice I always wear that shirt. FYI, I have three of those. :D Kidding!)

After having fun with Cagsaua, we shopped till we drop.

We took our lunch at 3pm. And we went back to Naga by 6pm. We had our diner inside the car by 8:30pm. We arrived at my friends house by 9pm and spend the night there. My sister called and my mom did too, asking how was my day. Tomorrow (Dec. 29, 2010), we will attend a wedding and I did not know if I could understand them (they're Bicolanos ), I hope so. "Tomorrow will be another tiring day for me. Aja!"

Wednesday morning, we attended the wedding and after 5hours we went to SM Naga. The sight from SM's 4th floor.

My last dinner in Bicol was a plate of Pancit Canton (Chowking SM Naga).

Phew! That's what heppened! Hehe. You, how's your vacation btw?

PS. Sorry for those who has slow internet connection. My page was loaded with photos.

(c) All images are mine. Heard Me Right is my old blog.