Living Near the Water
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Cabana Rooms With A View
Waters of La Luz
"All-You-Can-Eat" Dinner with Everyone at La Luz - Yummeah!
Still Believe in Paradise
La Luz Beach Resort, San Juan, Batangas
Dance me the dance of the waves.
Sing me of the legends of the river.
Tell me the story of the sky."
I still believe I should live near a body of water. I know that could happen decades from now, but I'm just so certain that being near one, may it be a lake or an ocean just makes me feel being in paradise.
Evidence to this is our recent trip to La Luz Beach Resort.
Every chance I look at our pictures, my heart skips, my eyes lighten up, my ears hear a symphony from the lapping of the waves and my toes tingle as if it were touching its sands.
The trip made me realize how we all can be childlike and throw all our cares as long as we are with the ones we love.
We spent a good 3 hours from South Superhighway, we arrived (Yes, Rappy, you under-guessed our arrival time by 2 minutes, blame Yanna and Lola for stopping midway our trip :)) past midday but just in time for a short rest and a dip in the cold and not so serene waters. Several meals after, it was time to rest for the night, without TV to lull us to sleep, a round of Cranium would give us a peek to the load of talent of our nephew and nieces who I last saw in 2005. It didn't come as a surprise as we all knew how they were since they were lil kids.
I go back to saying that we should live near a body of water when we retire. Besides not knowing how to swim, I don't see any other reason not to :P
(to be continued)