Not the waves

I was still a student when I reached Marinduque. In other words my parents financed the travel cost. Hehe

We went there for an activity organized by the Office of Student Affairs. And being the “kaladkarins” that we are, our whole group joined. Exciting!

The semester has just started and we were all unprepared. But who cares, we knew this will be a fantastic one. The trip was scheduled on the first weekend of the Semester so I had to go home by the middle of week to get some things and of course, the money.

We traveled during the night so that we’ll arrive early morning.
I won’t post pictures of our night travel (super haggard. hehe)
- the island-
As the sun rises (although we can’t see it since it is very cloudy and I think we were on the western part), islands around us became visible.

It looked as if the islands were giving way and welcoming us

We saw Mama Mary standing on top of a Gazebo like structure

The island

-Why are we here-

Upon arrival at the port, we still took a few minutes ride going to 3 E's Love Bay Beach Resort where we will be staying.
3 E's Love Bay Beach Resort is situated at Barangay Amoingon, Boac, Marinduque, Philippines.

The real reason why we were in Marinduque was to have some fun. Hehe joke lang.
We went there for a leadership training, which was also FUN!!!
The organizers did not run out of activities from the time we arrived until night time.
We even had a short awarding ceremony by the shore under the stars. Saya!

-Side trip-

We were there for the activity. But could we miss pasalubong shopping and a little tour?
No. hehe

So the next day, we went to the town proper where all the pasalubongs can be found.
and visited the Boac Cathedral.
Parang punong puno ng history

Closer look at the fascinating Boac Cathedral


After the short side trip we headed back to the resort (and took some more photos. Hehe)

3 E's Love Bay Beach Resort

Getting ready to go home

The entrance (or shall I say, the exit)

Goodbye shore.


A closer look of Mama Mary


The sky was still cloudy and it started raining when we were on the RORO.
The waves were strong. May Bagyo. But most of us still enjoyed the ride.
*I said ‘most of us’, kasi ako I did not enjoy that much. Nakakahilo kaya.*
 I did enjoy watching them be walk around like drunk men as the waves hit the vessel.

One passenger even yelled at us “mamamatay na, enjoy na enjoy pa.”
-But thinking about it…. Isn’t it better to enjoy before you die rather than just sulk at the corner. Right?

Even the waves can't stop us from posing for a photo and having fun.