November 9, 2016

The Ranch Resort and Farm in Toledo City

Hi Guys! So I realize I haven't share this one here. So here it is I'm sharing this to all of you. As I mention before, one thing I did after my previous job ended was to spend it with my family because I missed a lot of family activities when I was at work. We thought of going to the beach but my cousins insisted to visit The Ranch Resort and Farm because we haven't been there and my Tita promise us before.

And we both think it's the best decision we made. The Ranch Resort and Farm didn't failed us at all. Right in the entrance we are greeted with a big smile from their staff. They are very friendly and polite. Btw, this is not a sponsored post. I just want to share with you our lovely experience at the resort. They offer (5)five pools, where both kids and adults can enjoy. Especially, for those who don't know how swim and a big YES I'm one of the people who don't know how to swim. Though you are not allowed to bring food inside because they have their own restaurant but it's worth it. Aside from those they also offer fun recreational activities like horseback ridding, farm tour which we tried, and zipe lines to mention a few. You might want to check out this article I found, that might be helpful for you. If you want to visit Toledo or the resort itself.

Of course, we feel very safe inside the resort. They have securities and life guards just in case. Also I want to share to you how safe the resort. What happen is when we are done with the farm tour. My Tita realize that she left her wallet at the at the aviary. So we immediately  report it to the stuff and they response asap. They accompanied us back to the farm and give us the wallet personally. Yay!

This is also a perfect time to try my new SJ Camera which comes with waterproof case. Overall, we had a great experience. I would difinetly give 10 of 10 when it comes to their services, facillities , food and the resort itself.

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November 2, 2016

ARCH Con Cebu 2016

Howdy friends! It so good to be back here again. I been so busy lately that I don't have much time to sit down and blog. As what I always say, life has been a roller coaster this past few months. Two months to go and we will be saying goodbye to 2016. Time surely flies so fast. So October, my birth month, nothing much happen. I was not even able to celebrate my birthday properly because I have to leave home for work. When I woke up on the 26 of October, I immediately pack my stuff and prepare myself physically, emotionally and spiritually. When I arrive at my boarding house, I unpack my stuff with teary eyes. It was sad. Honestly, I'm not ready to leave home yet. *cries*

I'm still adjusting and it will be a long processes. For now I'm enjoying myself. One thing I like about my new job is our schedule, our day off falls on the weekend so pretty much I will have time to spend with my family. I could still join them to their weekend roadtrip or whatever trip they plan.

Anyways, last Saturday 29 of October was the day one of ARCH Con. If you have been reading my blogs for quite sometime now. You might stumble upon my old Convention/Event post or ARCH Con post. Though this time I stayed for less than and hour because I was not feeling well. Namamahay pa kasi. I was not able to watch the cosplay competition and I only manage to take a few photos and videos. I have plan to go back for day two but I was sick and I want to be with my family so I didn't go back. I have been waiting for this day but I ended up not able to truly enjoy ARCH Con. For now will look forward for the next ARCH Con and before the year ends one event to go that I also look forward now TOFICON! Please be healthy Van!

As always, ARCH Con is jam pack with lots of anime and cosplay otaku, hobbyist and con goers! 

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September 27, 2016

3rd Japan Education Fair and Convention (Cebu)

I have been away from the community for quite some time already because #work, and it feels so good to be back with what you really like and love to do. It was around July (I think) when Jane told me that Jellyfish Consultancy invited Kawaii Lovers Cebu to do a Lolita Fashion show for the Japan Education Fair and Convention. Without any hesitation Jane said yes, and invited our friends from the community to participate. It's KLC's second time to participate in the fair. Also, my second time to attend as part of the media people, all thanks to Cebu Blogging Community. From last year, KLC had a booth to promote Mata Expo and we're all dress up in Harajuku theme. We are overwhelmed with the number of people who visited our booth and participated in our mini game/ raffle.
September 4, was the 3rd year of Japan Education Fair and Convention held at SM City Cebu Trade hall. Jellyfish Education Consultancy(JEC) Philippines, Inc. in cooperation with Japan Foundation aims to promote Japan as a destination of education in terms of global competitiveness.
Different Japanese Universities, language schools and vocational institutes also participated in the fair opening their doors for to Filipinos who would like to study and work in Japan.
Aside from a very educational talks/seminars about Japanese language, culture, student life in Japan, and Lolita fashion show. There was also other activities like Cosplay Competition, Pokemon Go Quiz and Anime drawing contest.
I was the Kawaii all-rounder the whole time, being blogger/ vlogger, personal assistant of the models and photographer. Oh boy! That was no easy task for me. Again endless thank you to Cebu Blogging Community and Jane for the experince. 
I was not able to snap a solo photo of all the ladies but here's a closer look of our coordinates.
I'm so thankful that I had a chance to join this kind of event, where I get to know new people who share the same fandom / hobby as me. Check out Kawaii Lovers Cebu Facebook page for more photos or click here!

Thank you Jellyfish Consultancy for trusting Kawaii Lovers Cebu to do the fashion show. Also, thank you Jane for letting me use your camera the entire day.

I'll be posting a vlog about the event on my youtube channel soon! That's it for now, thanks again for reading.

Update: I just uploaded my 3rd Japan Education Fair and Convention video on youtube. Trying a new approach on how I edit my videos. Learning new stuff is so much fun.

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