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30 Mar 2015



I've watched “That thing called tadhana” months ago after it had been being shown in the cinema. It was a cult hit, and somehow, I can see myself from the leading character. Mace has been a sweetheart who's been in a relationship with her boyfriend for almost 7 years. She even went abroad to be with him, only she caught him having an affair with a girl. Heartbroken, she went back, met a fellow filipino while at the airport, went on a detour instead on going home and had a roadtrip as far as Banaue and Sagada in order to maneuver on with the hurtful breakup.



Aside from the colorful storyline, the scenes from their leaving abroad, their exchange of words and that wonderful scenes makes me want to go on vacation. The painful moving on process while these were in Banaue and Sagada struck me in a fashion that it's miles away form the mainland Manila, for it's pure beauty is so beautiful that this bewilders me (everyone) who journeyed there. Everything is well-preserved, unblemished, serene, with no hint of sky-high buildings that block the majestic scenery of the mountains.



But the trip by itself doesn't come cheap. The accommodations, the travel expenses, the food it costs me almost half of my bimonthly salary. Good thing that Metrodeal features this travel promo to Banaue and Sagada that gives a massive 56% off on the original price. It's a good deal indeed! Not only I can save more income, it also offers much better deal than from other travel packages.



Thankful to have this deal! I've already made my purchase and I can not wait to have my getaway in few week's time!



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