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bakasyon grande in digos

i was lucky to be invited to besh adi’s daughter nina’s belated birthday celebration, january this year. i was tasked to make the itinerary but sadly, i wasn’t able to see or do anything that was on the list 😡 

selfie before we left for the airport: 

in the plane, i saw my former officemate, mikel – he was going to mati: 

the mandatory clouds shot 😉 

touchdown, davao 🙂 

after eating lunch in sm davao, we then traveled to digos. this was our home for 3days and 2nights. i am forever grateful to besh adi’s tati’s generosity for letting us stay in their beautiful house and everything was provided for including food.

belated happy birthday, baby besh nina: 

even though we weren’t able to go anywhere in my proposed itinerary, besh adi brought us to these places: 

and i experienced riding a horse for the 3rd time too! 🙂 

on our way home, we passed by these: 

and i had to be contented with the statue 😦 

we weren’t able to go to samal but we went to little boracay instead 🙂 

on our way there: 

little boracay! 🙂 

we went to a remote island to enjoy this beach: 

to and from little boracay, you’d pass by a lot of banana plantations:

we had to spend the night in davao city for our flight back to cebu the next day 🙂 

our last supper for this trip: 

i accidentally deleted pictures of the davao night market where i had the tastiest strawberry ice cream, yum! 😀 

the flight back home to cebu 🙂 

i have to go back to davao for me to able to tick off some items in my bucket list 🙂 but for this trip, i was able to be in another ‘pinas province 😀 

we were chauffered around, we had accommodations that could rival a hotel’s and we had the most gracious hostess – it was really a bakasyon grande in my book! 🙂 thank you again, besh adi and send my love to your tati and the rest of your family too! 🙂 

thank you besh adiiiii! 🙂 

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