As much as I would like to reach out to more people around the world, I feel like I couldn’t better express myself other than in the language I’m most comfortable speaking with which is TagLish (Tagalog and English) that’s why I’d like to start writing on my blog in this way too. Also, this way, I feel like I’m adding a more personal touch with my posts since this is really how I speak. However, for my future collaborations with international brands/companies, of course, I’d have to write them in English. So let me start by sharing my holiday trip in Japan! ♥
To be honest, I wasn’t really prepared for our trip kahit almost half a year na yun na-book. Financially prepared? Nope. OOTD preparations? Nope nope. For some reason, siguro super nag laid back din ako last year, thinking na si Lord na bahala sa akin. But that doesn’t mean na literal na wala kang ginagawa ah, but I just opt to surrender everything to Him and let Him be in full control, if you know what I mean. ♥ November 2017, I was contacted by two international clothing brands to have a collaboration with them. I get to choose any items I want from their brand with a specific amount in which hanggang dun lang yung pwede ko i-spend. And yep, that’s for free. I chose a few sweaters, a pair of boots, and the rest accessories na. Know more about it on my previous Lookbook post! (Click HERE) Stress girl! As expected, a day before our trip, wala pa din talaga. So dun na ko nag start na mag plan ng outfits ko from my wardrobe alone. Take note, wala akong biniling bagong sweaters aside from the ones I received on my birthday from my sisters, my mom and the Moriyyys (my aunt and cousins). Good thing na rin na madami dami pa kong sweaters and coats na ginamit ko sa Colorado before. Yun nga lang, wala na kong boots, as in kahit isang pair wala. Super stressful yon since winter time teh tas wala kang boots? Lakas ng loob! Haha. Even before that very day, I was really praying about this trip, and like I said, sabi ko talaga, “Lord, kayo na pong bahala sa susuotin ko and sa pocket money ko. Thank you in advance for I know na hindi niyo po ako pababayaan.” — Thanking Him in advance is called FAITH, and thanking Him after you have received it is GRATITUDE. So kahit nakakastress and kinakabahan ako, I trusted Him because I know that He got this! ♥
Anyway, as usual, we took the train going to Disneyland. Kahit san naman kami mag punta train train lang as long as may wifi ka pang google maps, keri na. This time, hindi kami gaano nakapag rides since priority din namin is to watch the parade and makapag picture, unlike last time na super go lang sa mga rides and pa-picture with the Disney characters. This time ang naging goal din kasi namin is kahit papano maikot yung Disneyland hangga’t kaya namin, kahit nakakapagod and malamig!
Nung lunch time na, this is what I got, burger steak nila. Sarap grabe! Yun nga lang after a few consecutive days na napadalas yung kain kong ganyan sa Japan dahil sarap na sarap ako, nag sawa din ako. Haha! And true din na mas expensive syempre kumain sa Disneyland, pero gaya ng laging sinasabi ng mga Pinoy, “minsan lang naman eh.” Kaya go na rin kami! Haha.
Super lamig din especially nung gabi na. Hindi na rin namin inantay yung fireworks since mahirap kasi bumyahe sa train especially pag rush hour na. Pero okay na rin. But if first time mo sa Disneyland, worth the wait, pagod and pakikipag siksikan sa train yun! 😉
If may questions kayo, I’d be happy to help! As long as familiar ako, or alam ng sisters ko. Kasi sa totoo lang photographer lang ako lagi sa trips namin! Haha! Sila ang taga book at navigate! Hihi.
HAVE YOU BEEN TO DISNEYLAND?
Share your experience with me! ♥
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