One Night Only

 

 From samboan, we went to the town proper of Ginatilan and headed straight to the beach property of Irene’s aunt. The house was awesome. It has guest rooms and a pool. And right across the street, they have a beach house! Wow! We had the place to ourselves so it was really fun and relaxing at the same time!

 

The property.

The beach house right across the street.

South National Road

Road and beach

To the beach house

Back view

Wow! Clear waters!

Jetty.

When we went to the house when the sun set, the pool was still half-full. So, we just ate and talked while we waited.

Awesome hosts! (Irene, hubby Ryan, Aiz and mommy)

Dinner! Menudo and Sari-sari. Hehehe.

At midnight, we moved to the beach house to call it a night. The place was so dark.. Woooo.

Morning! Aiz in good mood!

Yay! It’s full!

Ryan and Aiz taking an early morning dip.

Father and son.

His own private pool.

The morning girls. LOL

Kyawa irene o!

View of the pool and the beach house from the guest rooms.

To the guest rooms.

Pancit cancton! Snack time!

Time to go!

One last look.

Smile!

 

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