Backseat of your Mazda

The NEW Mazda 2 is a millennial type of car. Its edgy and sporty design from the inside out echoes the adventurous side of a millennial.

Read through the blog as I take you to my out-of-town journey at Laresio Lakeside Resort and Spa  with The Car of the Year.


The sun was up and the air was fresh all making up a perfect day for a Bachelors party.The location? Tons of fun.

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If you like heights and enjoy the adrenaline it brings then Laresio is a must visit.

Processed with VSCO with c9 presetNow, if you are like me who is not a huge fan of heights but is always up for a challenge, you must try it too! From a full on swing, a parallel slide with a crazy twist in the end, a 13, 18 and 32ft cliff, I have absolutely no doubt that your thrill or FEAR of heights will be conquered. I’m fully persuaded.

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Of course, the resort is family friendly.Except for the photo on your left (haha) unless you like hanging out in a 32ft cliff and jumping off it.

Now more about the Mazda..


Though the new Mazda 2 may not be the fastest and most spacious car that Mazda can offer among its amazing line of car options, it has a multitude of bright sides (which I cannot state all) such as being key-less (Push button start feature) and an external and internal output of its design that a guy would be interested in. Overall, the car is pretty compact. How’s the “vibe” or the smoothness of the ride? Pitch perfect.


And yes, it is pretty fuel-efficient too. Travelling a distance of 40.3km from Makati to Nuvali on the first day of the car pick up on a full tank and heading to Sucat from Nuvali on the same day with a distance of 36.5km, which brings us to a total of 76.8km (genius), yet I was left with more than half of fuel. On the following day, I traveled a total of 172km from Sucat to Laguna and vice versa. Yet I was still left with 2/4 of gas. Now, that’s fuel efficiency.


In a nutshell, the new Mazda 2 is slick, yet simple but has an edge to its design. It symbolizes an adventurous yet classy approach on its interior.  Yes, just the way I like it. So if it reflects your taste, I suggest you test drive one now at any Mazda Philippines branches. You might also want to check out their official Instagram account @mazdaphilippines to be on the loop for the latest happenings.



What would be my next goal? To have a taste of how it feels like to drive the charismatic, elegant and furious looking Mazda MX-5. Oh boy, that would be a dream come true!

Kudos to Mazda for always innovating and evolving. Together, let’s #CelebrateDriving.

Photo credit to my good friend Marco Soliven.


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