A Colorful Stroll I

The pricking chill of the cold air settled behind my warm skin, all the coldness enveloping my flesh down to the very core of my bones. Hair electrified by the bed sheets, curled up to create heat flushed down to the gut, and flying imaginations under a blackened view of a closed eye โ€“ thoughts flashing, memories recollected, the smiles remembered.

I woke up remembering what happened three days ago.. A trip that spanned from one city to other three and a highland that boasts a beautiful developing park and holds the record for the longest (1,250 m and 1,100 m) and highest (500 m) zipline in Asia.

Let the photos tell you the story of the chronicles of our first three days of the six-day trip:

On our way to Ozamiz City - bus terminal at Iligan and Mukas Port to Ozamiz.

Arrival at Ozamiz City and Chuckie's Lola Poping's humble abode. (Ah! OUR grandma pala.) Best accomodation in the City, way better than any other hotels around. (And we love Tito Em's mouth-watering home-cooked food! Thank you po!)

..prep time before going out..

..and here we go, MALLING.

..and here we go, MALLING.

Arriving at last at Hoyohoy Highland! Cool!

Took the chance to pose and let our "juvenile" attitude pave the floors of the Hoyohoy reception area.

Yii, thrilled for the longest zipline in Asia! And there we go..

And we get the chance to go horseback riding. ๐Ÿ™‚

Pictorial at the Hoyohoy Highland Stone Chapel and Park.

Tanggub City Plaza

Tanggub City Plaza

We also stopped at the Christmas Symbol capital of the Philippines โ€“ Tanggub City. With lights that illuminated the City Plaza, booths with different concepts of Christmas symbolisms, and a crowd of joyful and lively people that flashed a smile at every corner of the city. A picturesque remembrance of how jovial a small City can be โ€“ beauty, happiness, wonder, friendship, and hospitality in one โ€“ a night to remember.

The jaw-dropping light booths. Spells W-O-N-D-E-R-F-U-L.

ย These photos were just the beginning,

the rest is still unwritten..