Trip to Catanduanes

After our stay in Samar then it was our time to bid goodbye to our beloved oldies there and we’re going to stay the other half of our vacation in my in laws in Catanduanes. Princess bawled literally when we went inside the departure area and it took me for awhile to pacify her and I explained to her that after a month her grandparents will be going also to Manila to spend some time with us. Our two months stay with my parents made her more closer to them aside from the fact that she’s the lola’s pet. Goodbyes are really difficult especially when you do some everyday activities together and for my daughter it got to her system that her lola and lolo are always with her, praising her, playing and making her the star of the day.

 We took a plane from Catarman airport then the following day we headed to my hubby’s place and we had to travel by land and cancel our plan in going to Virac by plane since we’ll be travelling with my hubby’s brother along with his family and MIL.

We left Novaliches at 7 am and had our lunch at Max Resto  when we arrived at Lucena City. Here are some pics that I took:

 

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We also rested for a short time…

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And it was dinner time when we arrived at Tabaco, Albay

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Princess was dead tired when we arrived at a hotel

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The following day, I was greeted by this amazing view of a nearly perfect cone, the Mayon Volcano.

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There are two shipping lines that operates daily from the port of Tabaco to Virac then vice versa. Here are some pics while the kids are watching the sea and waiting for a dolphin or any sea cerature to appear:) and some tender moments worth catching.

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On the way home, I can’t keep myself from admiring the blue sky,  the greenery, the mountains and the majestic sea.

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