Monday, May 23, 2011

Lucban Quezon: Pahiyas Festival 2011

Lucban, 3-4 hours south of manila, is an upland town in the province of Quezon :one of the largest Philippine provinces in terms of land area. The province is Postcard perfect itself and still has the provincial charm with the distant shadows of the mighty Mount Banahaw and rolling farmlands in the background.


It was a long drive, good thing I secured one magazine and phone are loaded with good music. It helps  me when things get boring down the road. One thing I hate about this travel is that we are not able to reserve a room online. All hotels are fully booked so we drive through one town to another and good thing lady luck is with us.

I love the hotel we stayed in, for a moment I though I was in bali as I stepped out of our hotel. Waking up, seeing the manicured garden, neat pathways and bali inspired structures make me knock my head off. I took so much pictures of the hotel and until now I can’t decide to what picture to post. Sorry if there is no picture of bed, I’m bad when it comes to bed it looks disaster but I assure you it look very attractive.

 I woke up early 4:30 in the morning and this beautiful sunrise welcome me.

And these words echoes: 

" Life is a series of these moments. Everything else is just waiting for them"
  -Ian Thomas



oh how I wish I could own this two beautiful chair....dreaming...sometimes I think that's the only right thing to do:)

To check more with the colorful Pahiyas Festival pictures you can visit and comment here: Pahiyas Festival 2011

Life is good!


  Photography by me and Christine

11 comments:

  1. very nice place... what's the name and location of the hotel? thanks a lot!

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  2. @Pinoy adventurista...we stayed two hotels at old one: Palaisdaan and bahay sa liliw.

    Palaisdaan...2,300 a nite goof for 4 person with breakfast and with bahay sa liliw you need to booked early...1,000 per person with breakfast maximum of 10 person. The whole villa will be exclusive for your group.

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  3. hi, cnu po un ngbbsa ng map? bat xa nkatalikod? lolz hehheheh

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  4. If that rattan chair is a Cobonpue, I'd love to get my hands on that chair too!

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  5. @Sheng..I also love Kenneth Cobonque designs and creation. I'm so in love with his Harry Rocking Stool- so quirky and playful:)

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  6. I love it when you take us along on these journeys. The pictures are so great and as always, especially if you are in the shot. Take care and hurry back.
    Odie

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  7. Been scrolling down your posts. What wonderful photos, how exotic and colourful everything is, I am very jealous. Thankyou so much for the wonderful comment you left on my post, it was very touching.
    uch love to you, Linda x

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  8. thanks for your comment!!
    nice photos!! I really like the place where you took that photos!!
    :)

    http://mytrendystyle.blogspot.com

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  9. amazing pictures! i miss the Philippines now!

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  10. I love that quote by Ian Thomas. Like your photos. Been lurking in your site since last night. :)

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