After all the planning, the decisions needed to be done finally we have come up with a place. Moalboal the place to be. 8 am everyone is busy shutting down their PC's after a day's work. The team is excited....shox!!! it's raining very hard outside. We have to wait for the rain to stop.
There, there... the weather finally cooperated. We hopped on a jeepney to the south bus terminal but of course not without doing a little grocery at E-mall. We opted on riding a non-aircon bus thinking it will be a lot cheaper not knowing that we should have saved 9pesos per person if we ride the v-hire instead whose fare is 80 pesos.
We paid the librando trans bus 89 pesos each to take us to Baas Dako Saavedra Moalboal. Prolly right now the fare is more expensive.
At the bus everyone is minding their own conversations the boys stayed at the front while the girls stayed in the middle.
We then negotiated for a multicab to bring us to victor's place in Baas Dako, it is the cheapest resort there, you can get up to 1000 pesos overnight cottage and if you are lucky the owner might like to add a cottage for eating as well.
After settling down, the party begins. We prepared food and all things needed to be done. A little site seeing here and there, lots of picture taking. Cameras and mobiles with camera were well prepared for the occasion.
Preparing Food and Cooking is so much fun with the team especially that we can just have our rice cooked so the eating is a lot sumptous with hot rice.
Whilst the food is cooking everyone had the time to roam around or of course swim. The beach is a bit dirty because of the recent typhoon, but hey typhoon or no typhoon the beach is still nice.
So here we are weary of ourselves, posing in every opportunity for memory's sake. Once the food is ready, we ate our full and went to sleep after a few tagay session and a bit to storytelling.
The next morning, we woke up around 5 am to do a little strolling and of course more picture taking. Gosh I'm never used to waking up in such early time....hmmm good for jogging and site seeing. My girls enjoy the wheel boat so much, you can rent one for a fair price enough for an hour.
We saw some Koreans, having some diving lessons, Moalboal of course is a popular diving spot.
If you stroll around you will see a tiny hut were you can buy souvenier shirts for a minimum of 100 pesos.
Although the place is nice, I am not that happy with the cottages but I guess we got what we paid for.
This however did not hinder us from enjoying because by Sunday morning the place is jam packed with people, so my boys are rather happy becuse of the bikini clad women.
There are a lot of better resorts in the place so depending on your budget you can choose which one you would like to stay in with.