Hello there, wonderful earthling!

Today, I share to you my travel experience and getaways in the Philippines! Most of you would know I left the city of sky-rises for a month to explore the wonders of the Philippines. One of the few places I got to enjoy was the 8 waves hotel & resort. Needless to mention, we got checked in the presidential suite of ms. Kris Aquino-Yap, sister of former president Benigno Aquino III. That royalty-feels staycation is definitely a moment to be remembered. 

What would a staycation be without your summer essentials right? Lucky to say that I have MOA in my end! Before the week of hopping into the ‘plane, I got to meet up and pass by their flagship store at IBN Battuta mall for my shopping spree. They also branch out at Lamcy plaza, Al Ghurair centre, and Arabian centre.

MOA..

is a French based Women’s Fashion Accessories brand that has expanded internationally.

I would definitely recommend the brand, they got the most versatile collection. From different lifestyles to trendsetting colour palettes, just what a lady needs. Plus, they are affordable! It was the perfect shop for me to go to that week cause I knew I needed a few pieces to grab for when I hit the beach or in this case, the resort. & that’s what I’m really impressed with, I mean are you feeling like you need something to sparkle up your outfit and fashion needs? Well they got you covered.I had to grab on their swimwear kaftan for a cover up when I’m heading to the wave pools and the cafe’s after. Ofcourse, the girl I am needed to add a little bit of class with their statement necklace and sandals..

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GOAAAAALSS! Keep up the good job KADC… (:

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I enjoyed my staycation at 8 waves too. Nice hotel ^-^ the presidential suite is expensive heheh

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will go to al ghurair moa this week, thank you KADC ! 🙂

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nice to know about MOA,thank you KADC ❤

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The Museo Sugbo showcases the province’s history. And if you can brave the cacophony, walk down Colon Street , the oldest street in the Philippines.

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