day three: culture immersion

 
**i apologize for another heavy-image post. just had to relish our last at the town of moalboal.**

believe it or not but i think this is the first beach trip where i didn’t spend the whole day under the sun and just frolicking in the waters — it was because the water was freezing and the wind so chilly. harry and i made vodka sprite (absolut + sprite..duh! LOL) and placed it in a water bottle just to disguise it but it couldn’t help the cold. summer may look like it’s here but i love how it’s still windy.
we left the resort after lunch and took a tricyle (auto richshaw) to town to ride a van for hire (v-hire in cebu). it usually takes an hour for the van to leave because the driver has to wait for it to fill up. harry and i were the first to occupy the van so we had some time to observe how life is lived in the town of moalboal. we bought fried fritters on the street (fried bite size pieces of chicken, lumpia) and the buy-one-take-one burger from minute burger. it was a coincidence that the high school there had their field demonstration on the open space in front of the church so lots of people were there. notice how cute the old couple is — together walking in the park with their walking sticks. and of course, the town fashionista — with his (or her) sparkly purple belt strutting the streets. 
til’ next time! back to reality. (roll credits…)
knitted dress – thrifted
blue swimsuit – rustan’s
brown and blue flip-flops – havaianas, make your own
bangles – props
white graphic tee – roxy
sunnies – thrifted at carbon

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33 thoughts on “day three: culture immersion

  1. Hiiii. Sooo. I'm only REALLY jealous. I've got a major snow warning for tomorrow. You've got sunlight.

    Yeah. Okay. I will just melt away in the snow and you have fun in the sun.

    🙂

    Thanks so much for stopping by!
    quirkyexplosion.blogspot.com

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  2. ang cute mo talaga! i'm happy to hear that you had a fun time during your vacation. those times are precious!

    by the way, your comment on my blog made me laugh. it's weird. we've never met in person but you know me so well already.

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  3. i love all picture here,so beatiful..
    btw thank you for d comment on my blog now im following you and link your blog,
    .hope you can follow me back.if you dont mind.

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  4. I love your photos!! It makes me want to book a flight and go on an adventure asap! You look so relaxed and happy 😉 HAha, I love your photo of the “town fashionista” and your her (or his) description! I really can't tell which one it is….

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  5. I love the gauzy curtains and your fab retro shades!

    Sneaking a little shot of alcoholic warmth in a water bottle – I like your style! 🙂

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  6. awww these pictures are so adorable as well. looks like you had a lot of fun exploring the town and such (that little old couple is ridiculously cute <3)
    i'm loving how you wore that knitted dress as a beach cover-up. stop making me envy your warm weather!! we should switch weathers for a few hours haha

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  7. wow, the beach trip seems seriously fun. i like seeing sunny pictures amd summer clothes. i wish i live near beaches, too, i really love visiting beaches.

    great outfit, too, Gizelle. white and blue make an interesting, sweet combination. havaianas are undefeatable in term of comfort. i wish i could get a pair soon!

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