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Carmina's Experience in Cloud 9 Hanging Bridge 360 View in Antipolo, Philippines

Carmina wanted her niece to experience something different being able to spend it with her Nana. (Mom Violy) Anyone who is willing to try something adventerious with their grandchildren will try to be brave enough to walk on the hanging bridge. They don't realize it when walking on and having family and best friend support them. Mom Violy and Tita Edna was getting scared when they had reach the middle of the hanging bridge. Carmina had to make sure Mom Violy was alright by walking in back of her. Reaching to 360 View is the reward being able to see the full view of how Antipolo look from the top.   Carmina and Elle stayed on top by taking pictures slowly going down the stairs to reach the bottom to meet with Mom Violy and Tita Edna. Keep following us where Tita Edna will bring us to another location inside Cloud 9 in Antipolo, Philippines. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for activities inside Cloud 9 Hanging Bridge 360 View in Antipolo, Philippines. Tips: Wear comfortab

Southwest Airlines Departure from Honolulu to Oakland

The best thing to do is to check in 24 hours before departure from Southwest Airlines. Upon entering carts to pull luggage is additional of $6.00 you'll proceed to inspection by carrying you check in luggage's. There will be a pink sticker once luggage's has been inspected. Go to kiosk machine to input confirmation number or scan boarding pass from mobile phone. Add wheelchair for those who need assistance click all passenger and click check in how much luggage's for each person who is flying with you. Luggage's tag will be printed, and boarding pass will come out below the screen. If you have forgotten to stick the claim sticker on your boarding pass no need to worry about it. Proceed to check in at the counter presenting identification card/passport and boarding pass to Southwest Employees during this process you will place luggage on the scale until when done. You can ask where you may get the wheelchair for the family member who needs it. Otherwise skip this pro

Lunch with Larry and Raquel at Waikele Country Club

Walking in nature builds us an appetite in which Mom Violy and Carmina was able to meet Larry who is Raquel's husband. They wanted to bring us to their favorite restaurant at the Waikele Country Club . Raquel and Larry recommended us dishes that they normally order from Waikele Country Club. Raquel's favorite since she wants to avoid eating rice, she goes toward Vegetable Tempura with Salad. Larry had ordered Ginger Pork Teishoku Plate. Mom Violy had ventured out too ordering the Teishoku Two Choice Combination Meal of Beef Teriyaki and Salmon Shioyaki with miso soup. Carmina had ordered the Teriyaki Salmon. After our meal Carmina took pictures of the surrounding inside and outside of Waikele Country Club. Watch a short video clip after our lunch. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for food served at Waikele Country Club. Subscribe & Follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share. Thank you for your support!  

Raquel's Secret Hidden Hideout at Makaha Cave

Raquel had mentioned she found a cave you don't need to walk it is just walking distance across from the parking lot. Mom Violy was saying she'll just stay in the car. Raquel insists she can do it with assistance going toward the Makua Cave. Carmina went inside Makua Cave and discover a rock resembles a dog. Mom Violy kept saying she is afraid to go inside the Makua Cave . Carmina realized Mom Violy is not into nature or doesn't like walking around on rocky pavement. Carmina had no problem because she had lots of time, she'll explore being adventurous something we don't see often. The best part it is quiet, and air is fresh when the wind blows on your face is something to appreciate the value of what is outside. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for Makua Cave. Subscribe & Follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share. Thank you for your support!  

Raquel's 6-Minute Walk on the Arch

Raquel had explained every time she has family or friends spending time with them. Often, she would share places she has discovered on her own based on her own experience. You wonder why she calls it real life of Hawaii because we see people who live off in tents who cannot afford to live in a house of their own. Reality brings us seeing people who have chosen to live this way rather living off on what the government can provide them. Some people don't want to be discipline and live with restriction. They prefer to live off near nature on the outside. There is a 6-Minute Walk toward the Arch is what you'll see in my story. Tips: It is best not to go alone because there are a lot of homeless surrounded living in the tent. The area has a lot of trash where they look for food to consume. If you're someone who loves to hike, there is no problem as long you wear proper shoes. It is a great opportunity to spend time with Raquel even if it is a short 6-Minutes walk any age can do