Finally! After a long run of battling whether to go solo or not I’ve finally made it going out alone on a Saturday. I am aware that I’ve been enjoying good times with my friends that it keeps me outdated of what’s been happening with my negative thinking, but travelling solo made me realize on how is it truly to know your inner being. Sounds a bit deeper than I thought, but until this very moment I am still trying to grasp every happening during that day. Days before I finally decided to try it out was confusing and worrysome to think I am not really familiar with the place. I had to go through researches, asking a friend and had to deliberately convince myself to push through. Moalboal is a 3 to 4-hr ride away from the city of Cebu, so why not? Good thing I had extra savings in my wallet which swayed me to really go and enjoy.
Lucky enough I was invited to experience the undiscovered and hidden beauty of Cebu’s North, especifically in Tuburan. I had the opportunity to finally start a chapter of going out to places. It wouldn’t be possible without my sister and her friends who happened to be as out goers as I do. Travelling in a very limited budget should be a demand, or I must say that my topmost priority is finding the luxury through the memories we keep and the photos we take. With a budget of less than Php 500, I was able to experience places of wonders and eerieng beauty. Known for its natural magnificence, Tuburan is a sure place to visit.
I was never a keen observer about the news articles I read and headlines I watch on televisions about people forgetting their bags on a taxicab or either way giving the taxi driver the wrong amount of money, not until it happened to me just recently. As a student, of course, it’s so hard to even ride on a taxi to pay for a huge amount of money. And to be honest, I would always prefer jeepneys for practical reasons.