I’ve grown sick and tired of seeing the streets of Manila every damn day, so last week was perfect timing when our college announced that our class would participate in a pilgrimage to Our Lady of Manaoag in Pangasinan.
Call time was 5AM and I got home at around 12AM the night before, which meant I had less than two hours of sleep because my travel time is two hours. (It sucks living so far away from school; it gets tiring after three years of commuting.) Anyway, even though we spent more time travelling to Manaoag than actually staying there, it was one helluva good time!
Low-quality iPod photos, I forgot to bring my point-and-shoot 🙁
|The place had wide open spaces, ponds full of goldfish, grass and trees. Made me feel close to nature and far away from the city.|
|Bought floating candles and made wishes~|