Hello loves! 🙂
I’m still amazed and overwhelmed with the feedbacks I’ve been receiving from all of you. Rest assured I’m able to read all those. I do apologized I haven’t updated my blog for quite some time. I still have pending “gala” to post. I’m almost done with my Northern Mindanao trip last year but is yet to post the itinerary. It’s still sitting in the drafts section (for ages). Hihi. I had tonsillectomy after that trip and yuletide season kept me busy . First quarter of 2013, I’ll still be busy preparing for my wedding. YES I’m getting married in a month’s time. To those asking about our IT, I promised to post it ASAP. 😀
Why am I feeling so energized today? Maybe my quick run in Sampaloc Lake helps. Haha. I had an early morning jog with my fiancé this morning. Let me share some pics so you’ll know I’m still alive and kicking. Haha.
Sampaloc Lake is an inactive volcanic maar on the island of Luzon. It is the largest of the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, Laguna. Nearly half of the lake’s depth has a shallow depression at the lake’s bottom, indicating its volcanic origin. The lake is located behind San Pablo city hall and is dotted with fishpens and small cottages built on stilts. – Wikipedia
In 2005, the Rotary Club of San Pablo City held a ceremony that officially opened the hiking trails that connect the seven lakes of the city. The Rotarians were aiming for economic, environmental and health benefits of the trails to the community.
Photo grabbed from my Instagram account: xyzaurriquia
The Seven Lakes:
There’s a tour you can avail to visit all these lakes. You may also organized your own, a DIY style.
Saw this while jogging. Everyone should have this mantra. Hihi.
After jogging we had our breakfast at Ramzi Food and Tapsi. Had Goto and Siomai.
So there… 🙂
HAPPY 2013 (sorry for the late greeting).
Cheers to a great year. More adventure and travel for us this 2013!
One Life. Live it! #YOLO