Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Okay so this picture was way like long time ago lol. Like a year ago, I missed UK so i went to my site and just browsed the places i been to UK and i dont have article about Lands End. When you become so busy and you totally forgot to write an article about some important things happened in your life. This was important because this was the last place we visited in the UK before we leave for good :(. I love UK how i wished we can stay there forever.

So for the last time we went to Cornwall mainly to visit the St. Michaels Mount. But sad to say it was close because it was already winter. We saw the hill from afar but we cannot get in there. 

Lands End was close also that time, i mean the attractions, restaurants and everything inside was close, there is only one store open where you can buy souvenirs. It was a bad timing for visit because it was so cold, but we really wanted to see this side of Cornwall. Im pretty sure this place is packed during summer. Its the best season to visit this place. Summer. :) 

Below are the photos taken by my phone only. The photos that i took with my Canon Camera was all gone.

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

First Adventure of the YEAR 2019. We been looking for a place to do Snow Tubing. First option was Bogus Basin, but upon checking online it needs reservation and when we do the reservation it says full. Second option was McCall but it was way too far from Mountain Home. We keep on browsing and finally before the 2018 ends I saw a post on Facebook saying there's a place for Snow Tubing in Mountain home and its thirty minutes away from where we lived. We booked online on December 30, 2018 for January 1, 2019 activity. Glad there's a couple spot available.

Two Ponds Tubing & Snowboard Terrain Park

$15 per person: includes tube rental and hot cocoa. 3 Hour Time Block
Hot dogs and soup/chili will be available and all kiddos get marshmallows to roast over the fire!
Duration: 15 min - 3 hr
Cancellation: No refunds for cancelled bookings.

What You Will Do

Tube Rental and Hot Cocoa included.

What's Included

Tube Rental and Hot Cocoa included.

Additional Information


  • Be sure to dress warm and for snowy conditions.
You can check their website HERE


It was our first time and seeing people goes down from the hill so fast makes me scared and nervous, but I really want to do it. I want to experience it so we did it hahaha. First try was like ohhh ohhh its not that bad and then we do it again and again. We had so much fun. I love it, if only it's not that cold lol. Loving our first start of the year. Adrenaline junkies here :) :) :)











Beautiful Sceneries along the way there.





Happy New Year Everyone, Looking forward for more travels this year 2019. :)

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

We did not expect to see this Window Arch when we went to CITY OF ROCKS in Idaho. This Arch is beautiful, I can say one of the highlights in going here. Its not that so huge Arch but its amazing how this rock shaped this way. Nature at its best. If you happened to visit here the City of Rocks, you should take a look on this Arch. Its located near camp site number 26 - 32 i guess, OMG i forgot the exact camp site but sure near that area.

We just spent half a day here, driving to every place indicated on the official map, there was little information on the different points of interest, example why does Bread Loves or Bath Rock so named? Only Register Rock and Camp Rock have some explanation about emigrants to California leaving their mark in there. This is really a great place to spend a day or two, hitting the trails, rock climbing, camping, and admiring the scenery. If you love to hike, this is the place you need to go, there's a lot of hiking and climbing in this area. Summer time is the best time to visit :)



Window Arch - City Of Rocks








We will go back here during summer to camp and do hiking and maybe rock climbing!

Monday, December 10, 2018

Last week after we watched the Fantastic Beast in Boise, we went to Meridian to see the beautiful Christmas Lights of Scentsy Commons. It was a rainy/snowy and muddy night but seeing the lights was just so great. The lights are so beautiful. It was freezing cold so we did not stay longer. But I swear their lights are awesome. See the photos below!

tunnel of lights :)








This place is worth the visit. 

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Last week we had the first snow fall. It was a lot that until now theres still a lot of snow even though its been five sunny days since the snow. Yeah its so sunny but its still cold. Some of the snow that melts became an ice. Last night we had -11 Degree Celsius. It was so cold. 

Well this is not my first snow because my first snow experienced was in the UNITED KINGDOM but still i got excited when i see the ground all white. I still play in the snow until my hands get numb. That feeling when you open the window and all you see is all white ground full of snow. Its beautiful but its so cold. hahaha This is the time of the year that you wished you were in the tropical country in a beach and chilling hahaha

The photos below were taken since the first day of snow til yesterday. The beauty of snow is exceptional. I love it!












When I was still in the Philippines, everytime i saw snow in the movie i fell like OMG one day i can experience that. Wondering how cold it is. Here i am now feeling the cold and the snow. hahaha 

Thursday, November 29, 2018

The City of Rocks National Reserve, also known as the Silent City of Rocks, is a United States National Reserve and state park lying 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the south central Idaho border with Utah. It is widely known for its excellent rock climbing and rock formations.
The rock spires in the City of Rocks and adjacent Castle Rocks State Park are largely composed of granitic rock of the Oligocene Almo pluton and Archean Green Creek Complex.
The City of Rocks is a popular rock climbing area, with over 1,000 traditional and bolt-protected routes. In the 1980s, it was home to some of the most difficult routes in the US, mostly developed by Idaho climber Tony Yaniro. Climbers in the region refer to the area as simply 'The City'.
California Trail wagon trains of the 1840s and 1850s left the Raft River valley and traveled through the area and over Granite Pass into Nevada. Names or initials of emigrants written in axle grease are still visible on Register Rock. Ruts from wagon wheels also can be seen in some of the rocks. (Source: Wikipedia)
Last week, we went to this beautiful City of Rocks, it was like three hours drive from home. It was a cold day but we were blessed with a beautiful sun that shine so bright that day :). The park was closed i mean the visitor area because it was off season, its winter already. It is only open during summer, for campers and rock climbers and any kind of adventure visitor would like to do hehe. Even though its off season we still went there. There are only like four people i saw in the area that day. 
Ohhh i love nature so much and that City of Rocks is beautiful, i can stay there all day, if only its not cold We definitely do camping there. We for sure go back during summer so we can camp and stay for like two nights. It was a huge area to explore, one day is not enough, all i want to do is to climbed in the big rocks hahaha

Sunday, November 4, 2018

It was my first time to go to Las Vegas. I am so excited when i knew that we're going there. I heard a lot about Las Vegas. I saw a lot of movies, shows, ads etc that was filmed in Las Vegas. 

When we arrived there, I was excited to roamed around and see the strip during night. It was so tiring, a lot of people, traffic, big big hotels and casinos. To be honest i dont like to be in the busy city but hey its not everyday. I live in a small town in Idaho and its so so quiet here. Its nice to be out once in a while. 

We seems never rest during day time, we are always outside. Seeing the beautiful hotels, exploring the casino hahaha. Seems like one day is not enough to explore one hotel, specially the Caesars Palace, for me its so huge. I dont think so i wanna go back there but maybe. :) I want to explore more State here in the US.










During our Helicopter Ride







Las Vegas is such a beautiful booming city :) :)