Sinulog Weekend 2014 with the Buddies: Daghang salamat, Cebu!

I was supposed to follow Sarji and Mccoy at Robinson’s, where Mccoy was spinning again.  Having missed his set in Paintensity, I kind of wanted to watch him do his thing.  But, after experiencing the crazy crowd, the introvert in me backed out. So, I just spent the evening in our hotel room, which I had all to myself for the first time.  Yipee! 🙂

So, I packed my bags, took a bath, and watched television.  I also got the chance to watch some legit fireworks from the roof deck, which was so cool, by the way.  Then, I looked at the pictures I took and experienced the experience again (if you know what I mean), while feeling the cool Cebu breeze.

Truth be told, I can’t figure out what I love most about this trip –

Sarji charming the check-in counter lady with his good looks so they would still let me in even if I was late?

I made it! Thanks to buds' charms and good looks, haha!

The awesome conversation with buds while we were waiting for a cab and on our way to Cebu City?

Monica and Sarji at Mactan Airport

Seeing Angge being in the zone in the presence of her new Aussie friends?

With the Aussies at Diamond Hotel

Sharing a room with my favorite Tagaytay buddies, in Cebu?

Buddies at Diamond Hotel

Meeting friends from Manila who also happened to be in Cebu for Sinulog?

Enjoying Paintensity with my awesome buddies…

Sarji and Therese (photobombed by Angge) at Paintensity!

… new-found friends…

Angge, Therese, Monica, McCoy, and Joy at Paintensity! (Photo taken by Sari Ruiz)

… with the crazy Sinulog crowd?

Play of Lights

Or, was it experiencing Sunday Sinulog festivities with this awesome bunch?

Joy, Angge, Monica and Therese at Sinulog (Therese's cam)

I still can’t decide. Haha! All I know is that I loved every bit of my Sinulog 2014 experience. And, I sure am glad that I had it with the friends I love. 🙂

Buddies at Diamond Hotel

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