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Staring at the beast with teeth blood red

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Ok so I’ve decided on a cruise location. Can anyone guess where this picture was taken? Because that’s where I’m headed.

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Chasing waterfalls and finding hidden gems - Turned my life into a never ending adventure when i quit my job and started my online business! - Now i get to do the things i love everyday and get make money while doing it - If you didn’t have to spend your time working for your money what would you do everyday?

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I had the choice to throw a party or dine in a fancy restaurant during my birthday, but as a yearly tradition, I chose to disconnect. On my name day, we treaded the cool and breezy Mt. Kalugong in Benguet. Then a week after, my daughter and I boarded a van and a boat to the disparate islands of Burias in Masbate, which apparently, also happens to be my 40th Philippine province to visit. Our first night was spent sleeping in a van en route to the province, and the second, in a tent pitched on Sombrero's shores. I woke up at 5:30 am and saw the sun rising from the waters and children playing basketball. As faraway a land as it is, this little island has electricity only during a few hours of the day, and seawater for flushing and doing your business in rickety restrooms. But as it is, locals do not, for their entire existence, complained about the sparse facilities they have. They are just as happy as anybody who lives in urban communities. Primitive as the locals' lifestyle may be, for a woman who was born and raised in the well-provided amenities of the city, a trip of this sort is sometimes necessary not only to experience life away from what we've grown accustomed to, but also to open our eyes to the fact happiness is not dependent on material things but in one's state of mind.

Prague or Venice? The world will never know... (Jk it’s def Prague but the resemblance is pretty cool, right?!) 🤷‍️

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