The Masked Passenger of Cebu Pacific bound for Cebu

my plane mate

Nope, that’s definitely not me 😆 That’s my seat mate on our way back to Cebu from our recent trip to Zambales.

my plane mate

After Zambales, we made a detour at the R.O.X. outlet in Serendra to claim a mountain backpack that Ed won. Since we had a few minutes to spare before we head back to Clark, we decided to roam around the store and check out stuff we might find useful. Then one display caught my fancy. I immediately recognized that it was the cool Headwear that the Sole Sisters featured in their blog.

As we checked the different Headware designs, we realized that we need to buy one. Ed lost his bandana in Siem Reap and needed to have it replaced. After getting sunburned from our Anawangin, Nagsasa and Capones adventure, I also found it necessary to get one to protect my face from the sun’s rays on future trips.

There were so many designs to choose from and when I was about to decide that I’d get the Moab Folk design, I saw the only Maroon Paisley design left and immediately grabbed it. Ed, who was aiming for simplicity, chose the Black Paisley design. I guess the price increased since Chichi of The Sole Sisters mentioned in their post that a single Headware only cost Php190.00. We paid Php240 each at R.O.X. but this was already a good buy for me. I wonder though if these costs cheaper in other stores.

Headwaremore ways to use the Headware

And what better way to test its functionality than by trying it on, right? Yep, that’s what Ed did. I never knew how the FAs or his seatmate reacted to seeing him like that since I was already fast asleep even before the plane left Clark.


    • yeah, nice indeed! very useful sya on our trip to Sagada where I was able to test it. one thing’s for sure, i’m definitely going to buy more! 😉


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