Saturday, October 6, 2012

An Unexpected Trip To Hinobaan

I'm here.Glad that I registered to Globe's Supersurf now that I'm in touch with the cyberworld. We decided this morning to finally pursue our trip that was postponed weeks ago due to bad weather. As I am writing this post, I'm currently sitting on the bed, dead tired from the (almost) 200-kilometer trip. The sun was already peeking in the skies when we left this morning. We stopped over at my Grandma's house for lunch (flying fish and spareribs) then continued the final leg of our trip. It's quite exciting to meet my husband's relatives (they are also my super distant relatives.hehe). We hurriedly look for accomodation near the beach but the decided to settle near where the food is.lol. Here are some pics taken during our trip.

21 comments:

  1. Si Bantay bita pa oh hehehe! I so miss Pinas pagdating sa mga ganitong out of town visits. Visiting from CommEx 10/2.

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  2. wow.. great bonding... love the grilled fish.. yummy... feel hungry in the middle of the night..

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  3. We love the long road trips especially around Mindanao, like Zamboanga City to Davao and back and also ZC to Cebu and back, which is about 500 to 600 kms each way! This type of out of town trips is great for bonding and a way to love the Philippines more

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  4. I love family trips! This is really nice family bonding. Where's hinobaan, btw?

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    1. It's on the southern part of Negros Occidental. 200 km away from Bacolod City..The town has nice beaches to offer to tourists.:)

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  5. Wow! I love trips. Your kids must have lots of fun visiting!

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    1. Thanks! Actually the kid is my husband's cousin.:)

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  6. It's nice that you had a great trip and you enjoyed it with your family. :)

    I wish I can go to places, really :/

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    1. You can really go to places if you want to.:)

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  7. I want to have this kind of bonding with my lovies too... ( inggit mode )

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  8. Oh, I had to google where hinobaan is. Negros. :D Cool place.

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  9. I miss the beach! I'm not really a beach person, but I enjoy the occasional trips to the sand and the waves. It's always good to set aside time for these trips. Glad you got to take it :)

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  10. It's been a long time since I last traveled with my family.. this post reminds me to do so before the year ends! :)

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  11. i wanna visit hinobaan someday too when time and budget allows. nice pictures!

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  12. Awwww you made me miss the beach....Last time I set my feet on sand was last March pa...

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  13. i miss the beach and summer! i hope i will have the time to have an outing before this year ends.. :)

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  14. Looks like a great outing for you and your family. I'm longing to bring the kids on an outing once their dad returns home from abroad.

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  15. I miss vacations. I hope to get one next year.

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  16. Sometimes unplanned activities happens and sometimes it is the most enjoyable trip. Great photos.

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  17. You made me want to have another vacation... ^ ^,

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