My sister, Pearlie, exploring the beach..
Aundanao is such a sight to behold…. I thought that the tiring trip was well worth it. 🙂 True, the beach in this part of Samal doesn’t have white sand, but the water is crystal clear you can see nemo and other fishes swimming beside you. Beautiful right?
A few minutes after our arrival at the resort, the fisherman working for our friend arrived. He brought us fresh Lapu-lapu and other “isda sa bato” which he caught from their “bobo” (cage). Gee..this beach life is impressing me more and more… hehe Imagine frying and grilling these very fresh fishes! Yummy huh?
After a sumptous lunch of Afritada, fried fish and pancit canton, we decided to roam the island by boat. Yes, it’s not wavy around this time. The big waves starts around 4 in the afternoon. So it’s ok to use a small motor boat before that. 🙂
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Di masyado halata na feel na feel ko ang boating.. hehehe
We stopped at the farm of our friend for this… Fresh buko juice by Manong, the caretaker of our friend. hehehe…
We bid goodbye to Manong and his family after the buko drinking session.. hehe. Had to go back before the waves get too big. Err.. I don’t know how to swim remember? 🙂
Back at the resort, everyone was just relaxing. Either on the beach, at the cabana or just sitting at the open cottages facing Samal Gulf. 🙂
Before dinner , John and I went to the Cabana. And checked what the excitement was all about. It turned out that Val and Kim caught a fish. 🙂 While the others are busy fishing.
Pearlie and Ruben, with the boys – fishing.
Relaxing at the cabana. 🙂
All in all, it was a beautiful day that started with a hitch but ended wonderfully… Not just for me and John but for everybody we brought along with us in this 4day vacation. 🙂
Lea C. Walker