contemplating on staying forever ~ boracay day three

day three of our beach bumming and beer drinking honeymoon vacation in Boracay. we woke up early enough to have breakfast at the resort then immediately proceeded to spend the whole day by the beach. i wish all days can be spent near the water, with the water splashing and i’m just lounging with a book and good music. if only. seriously, on our way home, Harry and i were contemplating staying here for a while and were imagining ourselves getting just about any job we can find in the island and live a simpler life together. *sigh*

pink monokini – props | crochet boho top – props | black denim cut-offs – onyx jeans | peacock sandals – people are people | orange scarf as turban – thrifted | multi-colored knit bag – gifted by sister | oversized sunnies – urban outfitters | bangles and bead bracelets – downtown and bangkok finds


the major peril when traveling with just the two of us is that we don’t get to take photos together. we didn’t bring a tripod and only brought an SLR with a 50mm lens, not a digital camera so it was even more difficult to take photos of ourselves. it took us 3 days to attempt to take photos on a timer and we ended up with a series of blurry photos and my iTouch getting dumped in the sand. thank you to the korean guy who took pity on us and volunteered to take our photo. LOL. 

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  1. HAHAHA! cute kaau ang blurry photos, Gizelle! oh and i love your maillot!!! see you soon!


  2. dred says:

    Ireserve ang crochet top nako should you decide to sell it! sexy na kaau oi. 🙂


  3. Sweet says:

    I have never been to boracay babe… But i have the same sentiments when i went to siargao… I want to move and stay there hahahahha…

    Love love the sexiness darling…



  4. I could very well understand why you entertained the idea of staying in Boracay forever. We made the big move two years ago, from the city where you are now. And we haven’t looked back since then.


  5. Wendy Ayche says:

    I love that outfit!!
    Much love,


  6. Keith Cruise says:

    If also given a chance, and had enough money to invest in a real estate in boracay, I would want to stay there and have a home that can call my own! 🙂


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