Living with kids and more

We were out yesterday to accompany a friend going to Hinagdanan Cave, a famous tourist spot in the heart of Panglao Island, Bohol. We accompanied a friend and her visitors from Mindoro. Though it was a long drive, it was all worth it. Also, the last time I was there was like five or six years ago.

I took some photos from the internet just so I can show you what the place looked like, that’s because hubby is still editing our photos and because this post is supposed to be an entirely different topic. 🙂 If ever you come to visit the Philippines and Bohol, this wonderful cave should be one great stop! 🙂

photo from the web, credit to the owner
photo from the web, credit to the owner. Awesome, right?
photo from the web, credit to the owner.
photo from the web, credit to the owner.

I tasted yet another Red Velvet cupcake from a coffee shop. I have been doing the taste test with all the Coffee, Sweet Deli, and Bakeshops that sells Red Velvet cakes/cupcakes; every time I come across or visit one. It surprises me all the time how others alter the taste, Red Velvet is not complete without a Cream cheese frosting! Anyway, the box was nice so that kind of simmer down the teeny weeny disappointment. 🙂

Looks good.
Looks good.

We came home yesterday a bit late because we decided to have dinner at Tagbilaran City before driving an hour back home. I climbed to my station this morning and found iron on my table. I just love how kids make everything so interesting and funny and real! 🙂

Amazing how kids remind you of the chores pretty often. :)
Amazing how kids remind you of the chores pretty often. 🙂

Pretty awesome day, travel has worn me out lately; though.

Good morning beautiful Mommies and Daddies and everyone! ❤


Published by monalisachong

Every one agrees that life is fleeting. And that life is change. It never stays the same. I am a believer of choice, of opportunities embraced and lost, I dictate what happens to me. This makes me hopeful, makes me dream, gives me courage and clears my realm. And I hope to share how change affects my life.

5 thoughts on “Living with kids and more

  1. Wow! I’ve been to Bohol many times but never got to check that place pa. Natawa ako sa comment mo about aircon cave. 😀 The best thing about living with kids is they remind you how beautiful and blessed our lives is despite all the sh*ts.:)

    1. Actually sis, I wondered too why this tourist spot’s limelight died out. It’s like Bohol Tourism is not promoting this place any longer. I used to dive and swim down there. It was a great experience- scary, cold, refreshing, and totally awesome. My daughter was scared of the sound of the birds and also because it was already a little dark when we got there. I hope your son will like it there, if ever you go visit the place with him. 🙂

      Air conditioning unit is not bad of an idea, right? 😀

      Haha! Kids, they are a reminder of everything simple and real in life. They don’t pretend to like something to please us. I baked a cake yesterday, one of my niece said she did not like it and my nephew said he loves it so much. I have authentic feedback from them. Haha!

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