Monday, August 13, 2012


I apologize again for not being able to blog for the past few weeks. So, here comes another post that is very, very close to my heart and one of the most exciting moments of my life.

Today marks the closing of the 2012 Summer Games in London. That is one thing that went down in history and I have an experience quite like it. Exactly a year ago, I was fortunate enough to have joined the World Youth Day Celebration in Madrid, Spain. Me and my companions had to got through a 40-hour flight from Manila to Madrid. It was my first trip abroad and upto now, I still can't believe that it all went by so fast. This post is dedicated to our journey from Manila-HK-London-Madrid. There were so many pictures and I apologize again if this post is long, I just can't decide what pictures to put because it brings so many memories back. This is actually the first time I am putting these pictures up on the internet. HAHA.

So for the coming days, I won't be posting outfit shots. Instead, I will be posting our journey in Spain and our side trips to Portugal and Rome. I hope you will like it because I sure did. :)

These were 2 little girls we spotted at the HK airport. They don't know each other and they can't understand each other but they were playing like they have been friends for years. So cute.

Like waking up in heaven. 

The "Eye of London". I can't believe I've seen it with my own eyes and fortunate enough to have taken a picture of it. Yes, even if I saw it from the plane, hundreds of feet in the air. HAHA.

Taking off Heathrow. The airplanes look like toys becasue there were so many of them. HAHA. Trivia: The Heathrow airport in London in one of the busiest in the world.

Hola! Madrid!

The sun sets at 9PM in Spain--of course I had to take a picture of it.:)

Big things are happening for Brazil in the coming years, BTW. World Youth Day 2013 in Rio de Janeiro and  the Summer Games in 2016. Goodluck, Brazil!!:)


  1. The back story on the kids is adorable!

  2. Yes, I know. We only found out after talking to their parents. HAHA