Sa dinami dami ng nag greet sa akin, ang greeting nya lang ang hinihintay ko kaso parang wala! NAKALIMUTAN NYA! Buti pa yung iba naka greet kahit di ko close. Ano ba naman! Maka mahay kaau bai! Hanggang ngaun wala pa rin akong natatanggap mula sa kanya. Ewan ko sa kanya! Sarap nyang kalimutan! Buti pa yung family ni ex kong si Astro nag greet sa akin. Si astro,tita aileen at si tita Debbie.. Super sweet pa ng messages nila sa akin. E sya?? Kung ano ano na nonsense lang ang sinisend sa akin na messages. Wtf naman! WALALNG PAKI ALAM!

New Skin Whitening Cream yollsss..
Sapu kat keti yg itam2 berkerak tu seminggu aje ilang taw..
Boleh sapu kat celah peha dekat bikini line juga taw… Tak perlu la akak pomot sambil letak gamba keti itam sini..buatnya korang tgh skroll insta sambil pekena roti kat kedai mamak naya ja… 😂😂😂

Sape2 ada masalah bau badan pon buleh terai ok.. Rega tak mahai pun..
Rm10 aje satu pek kecik tuh..
Memang cukup utk cerahkan balik keti dan celah2 peha/leher korang yg hitam2 tuhhh…

Pos belum masuk.
Semenanjung rm6
Ss rm9

What can I say, “true love is a bitch”. Basta jud gwapa kaau ang babae, talented pajud :3 maka-bitter dba @reginecabural ? Pro nice jud ang ending ^_^ idol na nako ang author. :) Wa ko nag-mahay na wala nko gbasa ang book kay basig mag-expect napud ko. #IfIStay (at Cinema 3 G-mall Of Davao)

3 months of hardwork = 5 minutes performance. (c) @junvirgabi

Been up since 4:30 this morning and I’m physically exhausted pero grabe ka-worth it tanan. Wa jud koi mahay. Thank you, Lord sa tanan!

Keep voting, guys! Voting lines are open until 10am tomorrow.

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AUGUST 31, 2014

Gi adto jud kag opol kay abi nimug nasuko ko kay wala ka ni apas? Gi dala pajud nimu ang balloon? awwwe ❤️ Tas nag-utang pakag money para pamiliti. Tas i know dili ka sugtan kay sunday to. WTHELL. Wala man ko nasuko na wala ka naka-apas more like medyo nag mahay lang pero ok raman oyyy. Kasabot man ko. Im not that selfish. Its crazy kay ni adto jud ka haha first time ko gi ing-ato ❤️😊 that somehow made me happy. Miskan pag-uli nato nabasa tag ulan. Ok lang. Ang memory na naa tas likod sa multicab. Quality time haha! Miskan basa na kaayu sa ulan ga away pajud hahaha you made me feel special that day. Sa dunkin pajud nga moment. Thank you. And thank you for calming me down atong na-paranoid nako pag uli. I will never forget this day ❤️ Thank you for not leaving my side.

Day 8 - August 30

We were told by a few sources that the best farmers’ market on the island was in Waimea (about 30 minutes away) on Saturdays. We found the market in the middle of town - small, but very nice. We bought a cinnamon roll and strawberry turnover for breakfast, some coffee beans and jellys, corn on the cob for dinner, and a nice cutting board. 

But we found out that this is not THE Waimea Farmer’s Market - that’s another 2 miles down the road. So we drove to that one - it wasn’t nearly as nice as the first one!

In the afternoon, a highlight of our trip: Ric’s cousin Debbie came to visit. She is a school teacher in Hilo. With her as our guide, we decided to take the chance and visit Makalawena Beach - the beach we thought we had visited 8 years ago and had looked so inaccessible to us.

We came in from Mahai’ula Beach on the south side. A 4-mile trip down a very bad road. Barely passable by 2-wheel drive cars. Our Jeep Wrangler handled it fine, but the Corollas in front of us went very slowly down and up this road.

From Mahai’ula Beach, it is about a 30-40 walk along a lava trail. But was it worth it! Makalawena Beach is the most beautiful beach we have seen, as we hope the pictures show. 

Spent about 3 hours at the beach, exploring and swimming. One thing we did discover as we explored - this was NOT the beach we had visited 8 years ago!

We found the caretaker of this beach, and described the black sand beach we had visited before - he and Debbie told us we were describing Kiholo Bay, just up the road. So we have another beach to visit before we go!

We returned to the condo just in time to see the sunset. Debbie, Kathy and Ric had a very American dinner of fried chicken, corn on the cob and salad. 

Altogether a delightful day!

Day 6 - August 28

Once again, we intended to try the road to one of our favorite beaches from 8 years ago, Makalawena. We have the right road this time, but it looks very treacherous. While we were trying to decide if we should try it, a guy in a pickup comes by. Talking to him, he is the caretaker of the beach. The road is much worse, he says, than 8 years ago, mostly from offroaders trying to take the road too fast and chewing it up. 

After watching him navigate the road, we decided it wasn’t worth the risk, so we went south a few miles to Mahai’ula Bay. Gorgeous - fairly fresh lava (Hawaiian for lava is “a’a”) right up to the shore. We wondered how old the lava flow was. 

It would be a fun bay to explore sometime - perhaps we will come back and do just that. But we didn’t stay long, instead heading back to 49 Black Sand Beach for an afternoon of fish-watching.

Dinner tonight was at The Canoe House at Mauna Lani Hotel. Great food and a beautiful view of the ocean - and sunset, of course!

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