Unplanned trips are the best ones. And today is a proof of that.
I agreed to meet my best friend at 9:00 am to accompany her to buy an office table. Unluckily, the table she wanted was out of stock. I ended up buying some baby clothes for my niece’s birthday tomorrow. 😁
Then we went to eat at a Emarleigh’s, one of those shops that sells burger, pasta and frappe. There I ordered mocha frappe and chicken burger:
After taking selfies and ranting about work, we decided to go home.
It was such a short meeting. But we both felt like going out further. Then an idea popped up–that we go to a cafe which was not yet mainstream. Er. I mean only few people know about it. I don’t know why.
So as we reached the place, we had second thoughts that the chef might not be around but she was. A granny. No wonder the place was called Apo Nena’s Cafe which means Lola Nena or something like that.
It seems like we hadn’t eaten a while back because we ordered food again. This time it’s…oh I can’t remember the name.
What surprised me about the place is its perfect ambience. This makes me wonder more why people never go here a lot. The place was shaded with different trees…
We ate our snack again like we hadn’t just eaten 30 minutes ago. 😂 I got more time to rant with my best friend about work and adulting.
There are lots of picturesque spots on the place. Good thing both of us have some trainings in photography but we forgot to bring a monopod. That explains why we don’t have lot of photos together.
As we leave the place, we asked the caretakers if there’s a road that leads to the sea nearby. The granny was accommodating in giving us directions.
Then we walked towards the beach which happens to be on the other barangay already. I’ve been living here in this town for 24 years and I never thought there’s that secret passage that easily connects the two barangays.
After a while, we sat down to take a rest. And safely reached our homes.
Not planning. 😘
Until next Saturday Trippin’.