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It’s been a while since we’ve
planned to go on camping with the kids... and spend some quality time
together. It was Monday when I received
a text from a cousin informing me about what we agreed upon the other day... to
go to the beach. There was no confirmation,
so I assumed they forgot the whole thing.
Anyway, it was a blessing in disguise; and more, thanks to a two day holiday streak last August 29 and 30 (National
Heroes' Day and Eid'l Fitr, respectively), our plan of a camping escapade was realized in a nearby beach resort in Davao City. So, without further delay, my wife and I
prepared the kids and the things we needed for... and off we went.
After a few minutes boat ride, we arrived at Paradise Island Beach
Resort in Samal. The kids were already
so eager to take a dip in the sea but we asked them to play first around the
shaded area and wait until the sun’s heat subsides a little bit (we didn’t want
them to get sunburned).
We told our relatives that we were staying overnight, so they went
ahead after a few hours later. At that
time, the kids were still enjoying themselves swimming and playing along the
shore until nighttime... along with us, we didn’t like to miss the fun.
We ordered dinner in the resort... chicken tinola (soup), barbeque,
rice, drinks and some desserts... and their prices, well, it’s on the
average... So, after enjoying our dinner, we took some leisure walk
around. The resort had improved, in a way,
since our last visit...a nice and wide playground for the kids, a mini zoo and more
cozy rooms for their guests... though I still did not notice a pool... but
well, they have a vast beach line. The
kids wanted to stay on the playground but we told them its late and promised
them we’ll return there in the morning.
So, we returned to our tent and had our rest.
Can't catch a fish, eh?
We hadn’t slept well that night... though we already opened our tent,
there was no sea breeze that time... we alternately fanned our kids manually (LOL).
We woke up early and took a morning dip in the sea... brrrrr but
refreshing. And after a while, we
accompanied the kids to the playground... were we all enjoyed the facility and a
tour to their different species of beautiful birds, deer and other wild
animals... truly, there are things money can’t buy...
Relaxation and Fun...
My Family... and Life...
The family stays clear even if everything might be a blur...