Hi guys, Sison squad went to the beach last week to unwind, relax and enjoy.
Unfortunately, there was a typhoon but good thing, the rain and wind were not heavy yet on our way to Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines as well as going back home.
It was just an overnight stay at the resort but we had amusing memories.
It was really exciting to see the beauty of nature. Our family loves swimming and adventure. Thanks to our Suzuki Celerio named ‘Sky’ who’s celebrating one year with us.
We left our house at 5 o’clock in the morning and had our breakfast at Jollibee, Pasay.
Jollibee is a Filipino multinational chain of fast food restaurants owned by Jollibee Foods Corporation.
We passed through the Cavite Expressway. The Manila–Cavite Expressway, also known as Coastal Road or CAVITEx, is a 14-kilometre-long (8.7 mi) limited-access toll expressway connecting Manila to the southern province of Cavite in the Philippines.
Green... green... green nature… I am so inlove with it!
Then, here’s the Kaybiang Tunnel. It is the Philippines' longest subterranean road tunnel. This tunnel links the towns of Ternate, Cavite and Nasugbu, Batangas through a hole under Mount Palay-Palay (aka Mt. Pico de Loro). It's a very popular landmark for cyclists and riders based in Manila for weekend rides.
What’s tricky about it?
Other people say that there are ‘elements’ showing up in the evening. That is the reason why it’s advisable to choose an alternate route if you are travelling at night.
Around 11 am, we reached Pamana Beach Resort without food. Hahaha! We forgot to buy along the way to bring it to the resort. Oh well, there is a mini-restaurant where you can it ‘Silogs’ and other grilled seafood recipes. "Silog" is a combination of two words — sinangag, meaning garlic fried rice, and itlog, meaning egg. To serve something "silog" is to pair it with garlic fried rice and an egg.
We also bought 'Nephelium lappaceum'. A rambutan is a tree from southeast Asia. The fruit that grows on the tree is also called rambutan. It is like Lychee. The name rambutan is a word that means "hairy".
You might be thinking that we were hungry during our stay. Hmm… Not really, actually. We also brought with us some cup noodles, biscuits, snacks, and drinks. Our baby, of course, has her own milk and water.
We had an early check-in at 12 noon, so we started the fun around 1pm. Our room is good for 2 pax but since we have a baby, she’s still free as she can share our bed while we also paid for an extra head and mattress. Yes, we, 4 members of the family, fitted ourselves in the room. They had free 2 sachets of shampoo, 2 small body soaps, and 1 roll of tissue.
The resort also has an infinity pool that you can use during your stay there. It’s clean and has a safe side for the children to swim and 5-feet side for the tall people.
There is fine brown sand and the sea is clean too. It just looked as brown sea because of the big waves due to typhoon.
Guys, if you have children when you swim either at the pool or beach, kindly watch out for them. We cannot leave it all to the life guards.
Bring their beach toys with you and let them enjoy the sea breeze and the particles of the sand.
Please watch some of our videos. We hope you will like it.
NOTE: I am trying to be a vlogger. Forgive me for being an apprentice in everything.
Here’s the FB link for Pamana Beach Resort: