Honestly, I am blogging this as a homage to the bloggers who inspired me.
Anniversaries are great events.
In this day, you celebrate lasting longer than majority of couples out there (says a bitter amplaya).
In this day, you celebrate your love together lasting for a year (says the idealistic kid).
In this day, you try to seal the deal or reseal it again (says a hormonal boy).
For me, Anniversaries are a great excuse to do something out of the ordinary. Go out of the country, out of town. It is a celebration of your love, and an opportunity to escape the woes of daily life with (who else? but ) the love of your life...
So what did we do?
1st Anniversary: Tagaytay
During that time, we had busy schedules that the only way to go on an out of town trip was go to a nearby go-to-spot, Tagaytay. It was a simple day trip. Early in the morning, we boarded a bus to Olivarez and had breakfast in a trendy restaurant.
We, then headed to Picnic Groove to enjoy the try the zip lines and fly a kite.
Lunch was at Leslie's where we encountered rain, which was a good thing 'coz we got to rest for an hour.
Afternoon was spent in the Zoo, where we met a tiger.
We capped the day with a dinner in a pizza place and the purchase of our ring... (♪Put a ring on it ♪)
2nd Anniversary: Kuala Lumpur
Our 2nd anniversary was our first out of the country trip. We went around Kuala Lumpur and even ventured to Genting Highlands and Sunway.
I fell in love with the country so we'll be heading back there soon...
3rd Anniversary: Batangas
We were all set to spend the weekend in Batangas but due to sudden schedule conflicts, we went for a day trip instead.
We went early in the morning. The commute was mighty crazy that we arrived in the resort around lunch time.
We had a sumptuous lunch buffet and we went for a swim in a infinity pool.
Then, we relaxed at a hut before heading to the beach to do some kayaking.
The resort people told us to go home early as it is difficult to get a ride to the city so at 4pm, we rushed to a merienda buffet and headed back to the city. It was tiring but the 5 hours of relaxation was worth it.
What about for our next one? Hmmmmm....