The Dinner Cruise
For only P550, one can enjoy a dinner aboard the Sun Cruises' M/V Spirit of Manila while being embraced by the cool breeze coming from the South China Sea. A perfect getaway for families, barkadas, and lovers too. You can view from here the towering buildings of Ermita and Makati Business District, along with Manila's fine buildings like the GSIS and Manila Film Center. The cruise will also sail near the Asia's third largest mall, the Mall of Asia.
|cool breeze caught by the curtains|
|curtain dancing with the breeze|
|that's Manila from the cruise|
|the Manila Film Center and the GSIS building|
|sun's rays glittering in the sea|
|woohoo, sunset alert!|
|a ship by the sea :)|
|the men behind the scene|
|bye bye sun cruises, thanks a lot|
A Moment with PTB
The Pinoy Travel Bloggers, probably still full from the buffet lunch we had at Corregidor, did not turn down the invite of Mr. Bobby Aquino. Who would not want this free great dinner cruise?! booyeah!
Of course we enjoyed eating again while chatting and listening to the live music. We also had an instant photography lesson from sir Ian de la Peña and cleaning-the-lens-with-a-lens-pen demo from sir Leo Reyman. When the sun was about to set, everyone was eager to get its nice shot. We really had a great time there.
|sir Leo shooting|
|Photography 101 from sir Ian (hay, someday magkaka-SLR din ako, woot)|
The dinner cruise lasted for about an hour and 30 minutes.
Before sir Ivan Henares left, we had a final group picture with him and expressed to him our deepest and warmest gratitude.
|photo from Ian. PTB with sir Ivan|
Some of us, including me, went home early while other bloggers still had a coffee at starbucks (wow rich pips).
|eto ang mga nakulimbat ko from the Corregidor trip.|
Contact Sun Cruises if you want to make a reservation for this Dinner Cruise. Visit their site here.