A week ago, Vic Sotto and Pauleen left Manila for a safari adventure in South Africa.
In Kenya, the couple had the chance to see wild animals up close, including this giraffe.
But Pauleen was enchanted by zebra.
On Instagram, she described it as "one of the most beautiful for me!"
The Eat Bulaga! co-host added, "In a pile full of browns, it is amazing to see black and white! It's uniquely stunning! They're not scared of people, too."
As early as 6 a.m., the couple were already on their way to Maasai Mara National Reserve, a large game reserve in Narok County, Kenya.
A sun-shiny morning greeted them.
Now these were the animals they saw, starting with Baboons.
One of them, according to Pauleen, went inside their truck and took the chicharon.
She considered the experience "one of the biggest scares of my life."
Hippopotamus, whom Paula described as "the number one human killer."
A topi, aka blue jeans, because of the dark blue color on their legs...
They also had an eye contact with a cheetah.
Momma lions and her cubs
After their encounter with animals, Bossing and Poleng also visited a village near the reserve, and got acquainted with the locals.
It was a "humbling experience."
The couple traveled with Vic's brother Maru and his wife Mabel.
They went around Lake Naivasha, a freshwater lake which is part of the Great Rift Valley.
At the Giraffe Center, they met Ed.
Pauleen was happy because she was able to hold him.
She even got to kiss him.
The two learned about their Swahili (a Bantu language in East Africa) names: Vic is Mustafa, while Pauleen is Amina.
Today, January 30, is their first anniversary, which they will celebrate in Zambia.
The Victoria Falls, which was hailed by CNN as one of the seven wonders of the world, can be seen in their somewhat-foggy background.