Those searched items once more…
Remember the entry I posted about that funny kilikili hair searched here on my site? Well, I got some new interesting items, but not as nasty and kinky as the first one.
This morning, when I checked my dashboard, I found this in my search section:
Tweety bird get the highest hits, eh? I guess, there are loads of Tweety Bird fans who dropped by my site. LOL.
Since I’m travelling to Boracay exactly a week from now, I want to give some answers to that Boracay query… that thing in red mark. This is just my personal list though. So, you may want to add or delete some items in my “things to bring to Boracay” list. Here goes:
- Cool tops and shorts. I’m not a sundress person so these things are just the perfect pair for me. I always make sure though that I only pack the right amount of pairs. Since I’m a bit of an OC when it comes to clothes, I would normally make a mental note of my wardrobe schedule. Oh yes, as of this writing, I already know what I’m gonna wear in my 4D3N stay in Boracay.
- Swimwear. Need I explain more??? LOL. I’m OC on this one, too. Since I’ll be staying there for 4 days, I will be bringing at least 4 pairs of bikinis. One of each day… for pic purposes! So, I’d know the day the pic was taken. LOL. See, how OC I could get? Hehehe!
- Board Shorts and Cover Ups. I’m way past the sarong stage. These two things will give more comfort when doing the rounds at the shore. But just a piece of advice: Please make sure that the board shorts or cover up matches the bikini, eh?!
- Sun Tan Lotion. Despite my being a beach lover, I really don’t like to get overly tanned. Sayang naman ang effort ko na maligo with papaya soap all year round. LOL! So, I try not to expose myself on the beach with the sun at its hottest (read: 9am to 4pm). I normally take a dip either early in the morning or before sunset. But hey, I make sure that I got some nice tan lines before going back home. LOL.
- Digital Camera. For the photo-addict in me, a digicam is really a must! Too bad, I still haven’t owned a waterproof camera so I can’t take underwater photos just yet. I hope, I get to buy one for my next trip… di ko lang alam kung kelan yang next trip na yan ah! Hehehe!
- Snorkeling Equipment. For those who are a bit too meticulous when it comes to beach equipment, I guess you should need to bring your own should you opt to do some snorkeling. Otherwise, just live with those things that Manong Boatman rent out at minimal fee.
- Beach Sandals or Flip Flops. These things were created to be used at the beach… so please give some justice to their purpose. LOL! But make sure you also bring a cheap pair which you’ll leave at the shore while swimming. Don’t let those nasty flip flop nabbers take those expensive Havais, Cros, Roxy, Billabong sandals from you. I just heard they are a bit too prevalent nowadays. I just hope Bora is not yet plagued with those kind of people.
- Sunglasses. Not just for porma… but for eye protection from the sun as well!
- Moolah. Again, bring just the right amount. You wouldn’t want to spend your entire fortune just for a single beach trip. Do bring an ATM and credit card with you though. They might come handy if you ran out of cash.
So there you have it, my very short must-bring-to-Bora list.
Oh and by the way, try to pack light, eh?!
There was another interesting item in my search list above (first photo). Apparently, I don’t know the answer for this as I very seldom give presents to guys in their sixties. So, I’m really not sure if these gifts are the appropriate things to give to 60-year old men:
Kidding aside though, if Tatay is alive today, he would be 66 years old by now. I guess, the best gifts I could give him are those out-of-town or out-of-country trips with me and my Mom. For me, quality time with him (and my Mom), as a card company would say, it’s simply… PRICELESS!!!