Any plans for a Halloween party? The long weekend is just around the corner and if you don’t feel like organizing a Halloween party for your family and friends, why not just get them together to attend Patio Carlito’s version of a crazy-scary parteeeeh happening on October 31:
For P300, you get door entrance plus two cocktails and the entire night to celebrate Halloween to your heart’s content. This is one exciting night that you should not dare miss. I might just drop by together with my fave blogger friends and we might just bump into each other in the venue!
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The boyfriend and I celebrated our 76th monthsary as couple silently yesterday. Time really flies. I never thought we’d last this long, and yet our days together are still counting. You know it when you and your lover have been together for so long already, people would start bugging you with the same question over and over again: when are you going to tie the knot? Our reply is always the same, too: soon. Haha.
Yes, we do have wedding plans already but the exact date (and everything about the wedding for that matter) are yet to be finalized. To be honest, my mind is preoccupied with a lot things right now that thinking about my own wedding is next to impossible. Good thing the boyfriend understands my situation. It must be because like me, he has a lot on his hands at present. Wedding can wait, right? I mean, it’s not like acne problems that need acne serums that work as immediate and permanent solution. Neither it is like a fancy ukay dress that you fell in love with at first sight and have to buy on the spot lest somebody will pick it up and pay for it. A wedding will definitely happen to couples that are destined to be with each other forever.
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This is the second part of my first Boracay getaway with the boyfriend, our birthday trip to be exact. You can read the first part here.
If there’s one thing you’ll love about Boracay, it’s the locals. They are behind any pleasant experience you’ll get in the island. From the porters and peddlers to the by-standers on the beach, they’re all very accommodating. They will point you to the right direction if you’re lost or can’t seem to find a particular place. But of course there are still those folks who take advantage of hapless tourists, but they’re only a handful.
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