Upon arriving, the first thing you'll notice is how huge the place is. You'll pass by the beach area going to the reception. The beach is clean and very calm. Kahit malayo ka na, mababaw pa rin ang dagat. The sand is very hot though, sobrang init. Para akong naglalakad sa baga. Better wear aqua shoes here dahil di kinaya ng tsinelas ko, pinapasok pa rin kasi ng sand.
The mini lake in between the beach and the main square is very picturesque. The ancestral houses are very nice. na-preserve nila ng maayos.
|pool (4 feet deep)|
They also have a pool which is 4feet deep. Welcome distraction since the history/culture of the houses would be quite boring for kids. May shower room naman though 7 stalls lang.
|leave slippers when entering the ancestral houses|
|plantsa daw to dati|
|iba ibang logo ng coke through the years lol|
|along this side are the souvenir shops and the rooms (for overnight)|
|P50 na coke. mahal ang pagkain kaya bring food/drinks|
Enjoy naman ang short stay namin dito although I think it'd be better if overnight stay. Mahaba kasi ang biyahe and masyado mainit pag day tour. Still lots of construction being done sa Las Casas so marami pa naman babalikan dito. Also, sana medyo babaan nila ang rates since the normal rates are quite expensive for the ordinary citizens. Sometimes they offer voucher deals sa Deal Grocer at a lower price so thats another option sa mga nagtitipid.
Til' next time!