Aloha! Second day in Oahu and we were loving every second of it. First in our itinerary was to go to visit the Pearl Harbor. My husband was in the navy years ago and lived in Hawaii for a very short period of time but he told me he hasn’t been there before so we decided to check it out. Continue reading “Hawaii Trip Day 2”
After our major trip early this year to the Philippines, my husband decided that he wants to pay a visit to his relatives in Hawaii and so there we went for almost a week.
Our family along with my husband’s cousins’ families went to see the Christmas Lighting ceremony at Leavenworth two years ago. We didn’t go last year because of prior commitments and our schedules does not meet halfway. Continue reading “Christmas Lighting Festival at Leavenworth”
One of the top beaches in the Philippines closed its doors to local and foreign tourist on April 26. The President decided its closure to save the beautiful island from ruins. Some vacation goers were upset as they already scheduled their trip before the closure and had to change their plans at the last minute but hey the decision was for a great cause. Continue reading “Boracay’s New Look After Few Weeks of Rehabilitation”
Such a nice weather today so we decided to go to Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival. We woke up late so we ended up leaving before noon. Traffic was bad and it took us about an hour to get there. There is an entrance fee of $5.00 per person 13 years old and above. They have a big parking space to accommodate huge number of visitors. I remember the last time we went here 4 years ago it was not this busy and crowded. Continue reading “Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival”