Aloguinsan, Cebu is a beauty you'll surely would want to see.
Thank God for the existence of everything. The trip was, although short in time, jam-packed with memories and adventure with my family.
Here's a rundown of how the entire trip went:
Let's begin in the Farmhouse. We were welcomed with a served of Calamansi Juice with a hint of Lemon Grass. Refreshment at its finest. This was their welcome drink which sure was a heart-warming one.
After having been refreshed, a sumptuous snack was laid before us. A Snack in Traditional Filipino Style. Camote, Steamed Bananas paired with ginamos, Pandesal, Silvaro (Not the thin ones, mind you) and Sikwate (Cebu's Hot Choco)
A few kilometers away from the Farmhouse is where one would find Bojo River.
Upon entering the river part, another welcome drink was laid right on our tables. Fresh buko juice straight from the coconut itself. The flowers were a nice touch.
We took a short walk down the Boardwalk. I don't know why they call it Boardwalk, though.
(And yes, more relationship goals for your liking. Hahahahah)
And finally, photos that I've taken while cruising down the river.
I have no words to describe how wonderful and breath-taking the view was. I've seen the pictures on the internet but nothing compared to the actual seeing of it.
CLEAR BLUE WATERS FOR CRYING OUT LOUD
I couldn't exchange this entire day for anything, and no matter how much I think about the worries ahead, I have no regrets. Absolutely none.
The entire tour costs for P650. But with everything that I've just experienced, your expense is all worth it. They had also a tour that costs P400 but that is minus all the other perks. That P400 is just the river cruise.
Keep Posted for more travels.