Silently, as nightfall came, the place came alive with the serenade of nocturnal life. Cicadas, crickets, even the sawi-sawi, a bird that flies and feeds at dusk could be heard announcing its irregular flight path. We took time to enjoy the star studded night sky. Not a cloud marred our view. The moon was still ascending, too blue and too silvery to lend much light. Then there was quiet. The evening repast over, folks prepared to retire for the night. We stayed outside and sat on the garden green, the chico trees silhouetted against the night sky, the giant santol trees towering against the southwestern constellations. Just sitting there enveloped in the darkness was such a wonderful feeling. We were far, far away from the city.
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Even the kids loved it here.
The beach is a stone's throw away
Breakfast underneath the Chico trees
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Relaxing underneath the shade by the mango trees. It was almost four in the afternoon. We had gone to the beach, visited the landmarks of the ICM Missionary sisters landing site and hung out at Candaroma Park. We were ready for some merienda at this point... the ensemada was indeed yummy! What a great vacation we had.
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