Booked our flight to Bacolod 2 months before October at Airphil so we had a really good deal; roundtrip ticket for Php 2600!! =) I was supposed to blog this a year ago but i was too lazy. But since I’m in a mission to really fix my blog, I’m starting with this. It’s also a way to re-live my Bacolod experience since I won’t be back anytime soon cause of work. 😐
Fooling around Lacson Street. Lacson street is the place if you want to hang-out with your friends, eat, drink and listen to music. but since we’re really not the type who’d drink, we didn’t stay too long.
The next day, we went fishing at Palmas del Mar. It was not really the fishing experience I was expecting since the fishing area was just a medium-sized pond. plus we scared all the fishes away so I wasn’t able to get catch any. Tricia, swam after but I didn’t; I wasn’t prepared. :))
We went to a milling factory to see how sugar canes were processed. Not everyone can go in the factory but since we had.. umm.. connections (haha) we were allowed to. 😉
I love this picture with my bff, Tricia. We hiked to the Seven Fall of Mambukal but only reached one cause they said it was dangerous. On the way back, we trespassed to get in a sugar cane farm. haha trespassed talaga? =)) ang cool kasi eh.
To celebrate our last night in bacolod, we went to a shipping shiz of fertilizers. haha how awesome can we get? hahaha kidding. We actually spent our night eating at cake at CALEA. for our stay in Bacolod, I ate a total of 4 cakes. hahaha talk about pigging out.
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing”