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The next two weeks will be pretty much a looooong vacation for me. :) Holy week will be spent in Mt. Province/Sagada then Baguio with the family. Then my summer officially begins the week after at Bora with friends. Loving it! :) I just know that I'll be broke after summer. Oh well...

Oh.. another thing. It's my Dear's birthday this weekend. Another special event to look forward too. Life is sweeeeeeeeet! :)

What are your summer and holy week plans? :)


I'm out.


witsandnuts said…
Woweeee! Ako ang naexcite sa sched mo. =) Inggit ako. Hindi pa ko nakapunta ng Sagada. We're planning to revisit Baguio pag nagbakasyon uli ako this December. Have fun and take care!
mariaeliza8 said…
Wow, Sagada!! =D sama naman kami jan!
Cza said…
@witsandnuts - Go go! It's still one of THE summer destinations for me. :)

@eliza - try namen magcommute ngayon papunta dun. Kung okay yung shuttle ride, magplan tayo ng lakad naten papunta dun sa following months. :)
ALiNe said…
Haus lang or la union with family. :)
Cza said…
@ALiNe - kala ko magbobora ka this holy week? :)
ALiNe said…
Cza - di na akotuloy dun.. nga pala lagay ka ng Privacy policy for google adsense... required na daw before april 7 ata o 8
Cza said…
@ALiNe - O bat biglang hindi ka tumuloy? Sayang.. Oooooooh.. pano yung sa adsense tsaka ano yun? Hehe. Lagi na lang ako lost. :P
Anonymous said…
No plans for the Holy Week. As for summer, wala pa ring plans. LOL. I'm just playing it by ear. Kung may mag-aya, Go! Kapag wala, hahanap ng laboy. Enjoy and be safe on your travels! :-)

Kasali pa ba sa summer ang end of May? Mag-HK and Macau ako nun.
Cza said…
@dyosa - hahaha! pwede na yun.. just go with what sounds fun! :D summer here we come! :D

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