Sirao Peak: Little Amsterdam

by - September 12, 2017


Happy 75th, Mon Amour 😍😘💗💜💚💓💞


Another one down, so blessed!

Thank you Love for making this journey so alive. Living the life with every positivity and learning to ignore negative people and moving on. Life is not about surprises, wealth, and reputation. It's all about contentment and being happy with everything you have, great or small, is one of the things that life has its meaning.

Wishing us more laag, more wanderlust, and more laughs. 😘😘😘


Give it up to this little Amsterdam located in Sirao Peak, Cebu.

Sirao Peak: Little Amsterdam


Mon Amour <3

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Mon amour <3


Malayo pang tatahakin natin. <3

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Le flores :)

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Kapit lang mga besh :D


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Thank you Sirao, such a wonderful trip. :) <3

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