I had a sleepless Friday night from a stressful work since I noticed the alarming time around 2 in the morning. I immediately took a shower to prepare myself on my first ever ‘barkada trip’ with my former officemates (DMPI) via air travel going to Samar-Leyte. At around 300am, despite of a huge yawn image sculpted in our mouth, we arrived in NAIA with full of excitement. Took a few pictures with a solid camwhore attitude as what others did as we wait the aboarding time hehe. Cam flashes here, cam flashes there, cam flashes anywhere like a last minute breath grabbing the time of last memories lol.
Since this would be the first time I would spend my time with my DMPI barkadas via air transpo, every moment scenes were blast! As we prepare ourselves to check-in our luggages, we were all excited on what would be the next thing we will do as our shadows were intact to each other’s presence 🙂 All were set and ready to go after a few minutes of awaiting the travel time ,finally we’re all on-board (0630a) going down south ‘Samar – Leyte’. One hour of Zzz sounds while travelling. Sitting next to me were Chanty & Kat, we’re all fell asleep on a 5,000 feet high. After an hour of air flying with zZzZ’s, we finally stepped down our feet in the land of Tacloban City (0730a). First thing we did was still to have a pictures haha (a never ending camwhoring). We secured our owned luggages and we’re fetched by Che’s relatives in the airport. Our bags were separately put on the other vehicle since we brought so many stuffs and extra clothes for the trip. As we pass by the highway of Tacloban City bridging Samar & Leyte, I was amazed on the beautiful scenery of the country’s longest bridge, the ‘San Juanico Bridge‘. The city local authority strictly prohibiting the stoppage of any vehicle along the never ending like bridge from any doings such as taking photos and the likes and/or to prevent any accidents or traffic disturbance. Despite of strict implementation, the troupe yet still laughing while having photos in the beautiful ambiance and views along the bridge. No one was stopping us from our doings. Take note that we’re using three vehicle vans (convoy) plus Roan brought out her cam tripod which we used while we’re having our smiling acts and pausing haha. That’s why traffic were moving slowly with wondering in their eyes with a saying ‘what the hell is going on here’. We’re more than ten in presence landed on and have a good time in just a minute break.
Continuing the path we had, finally after almost an hour of our ass cooking in van’s seats we reached Marabut, Samar where Che’s relatives are residing at. We took some rest from our long trip. Later, Che’s balikbayan relative and owner of our staying (hek! i forgot his name) taught us about the house rules and proper usage of jetski (unlimited ride woooh :)). While having words of reminders from our lecturer, I do really feel the damn fresh air touching my skin pores. I feel totally relax with the location scenery. Our stay-in house is located within the coral living water and is just a 200 meters walk from the main land where the main house of Che’s relatives located at.I couldn’t really explain how I felt that time while looking the relaxing surroundings. I would deifinitely say I was simply amazed and hypnotized by the location we have that time. So so relaxing feeling I got. Forget the stressful work, problem etzeteras, time to explore the down south asset and enjoy!
Itenerary for day one movement are as follow;
Knowing the house rules and regulations to follow
Roan in her smile while Oli got some hitch on scene behind
Do the Kayak locomotion!!
Chilling time with the microphone and alcohol
Blast of do’s were still in strike for day movement 2;
Coco in floating resto
The gang in the bat cave lol