So we came to shop and decided to stay for a night. Little did we know it was a tough day in Davao City with a very important event coming up making almost all of the city’s hotel packed with advance booking. We started hunting after dinner and finally landed at one of the city’s new taverns, Blueberry Tourist Inn after almost five hours.
Imagine the agony of my patience looking from one place to another for hours, it blew me away! I mean I literally flared up to my disappointment that I just wanted Jay to drive us home regardless. I only got over it when we finally checked in. We settled in one family room in a not so economical price but good and fair enough for its luxurious amenities and for people who are desperate and dying to relax like the four of us.
My mood switched then the moment I laid down on its very soft and comfy bed.
Lesson Learned: Plan and book ahead of time. This is so me. I just didn’t see it coming. I should also learn how to keep my temper next time.
A more detailed post about our Blueberry experience will be up on my travel blog soon.
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A little more days before summer officially ends but it’s as if the weather is a little more advance in switching too this time with the experienced morning raindrops and gloomy days which makes me bedroom-trapped in the morning.
I have a very well-spent summer with my family this year and though I don’t want it to end, I need to go back to work very soon and make a living in as much as the kids needs to go back to school.
Winter or rainy season is probably my most-
hated kind of season, (please excuse the harsh word) however, the coming of the new school year is getting unstoppable and so it is. Lately, I noticed D2 eyeing for winter clothes online. I gave her Cozy Winters Reviews that she can read through before making up her mind.
Come June, I’m officially back to work and the kids to school. All I’m praying for is for us to be spared from any undesirable rainy season-related calamities such us floods, landslides and typhoons. We’ve had a fair share of it before and we’ve had enough. I even wish it to end before it could even start.
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Opportunities like this doesn’t come on a regular basis so I had to grab it while I can.
My planned date won’t happen until the end of the day so I invited these ladies to come over and have a chitchat with me. It ‘s the perfect way to spend my time in the city while waiting for my actual date to come around.
It’s been years since I last seen them and yes I’m glad that it finally happened again (even if only the two of them made it). We have our own world together that other people may not understand such as the need to ask someone to take a picture of us (LOL) and we don’t mind it.
We don’t mind staying in a restaurant for as long as we can and with only a round of meal on the table. We talk as if it is our last chance already. We never run out of topic. With them I feel the blogging blood rushing through my veins. I can actually see myself working with them, reviewing bridge pins with them or even blog hopping with them should time permit us so.
But reality bites. This time I was actually the first one to leave. I had to… though I am sure that this is not the last. Planning for another date in the future is still possible and hopefully those who didn’t make it will be able to next time.
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