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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Nasugbo, Batangas

Nasugbo, Batangas
He has been promising to take the kids to swimming at the condo pool on the 32nd floor. Since friday was a holiday, finally he was able to make good on his promise, and so they all troop up to the pool only to find out that it's not available for use because the water is undergoing treatment. So he told us to pack things up because we were going swimming to Batangas.
At first, he asked me of the resort i've read in the paper, i think it was Costa del fuego or something but i don't remember it anymore so again, he was the one who decided what road to take. We took the skyway and entered through sta rosa. laguna and then onwards to tagaytay, and finally to nasugbo. We found out that Nasugbo is actually hilly and most of the beach there are of the cove type. We also found out, that most of the beaches in Nasugbo have become elitist, mostly by membership only. The one private beach that allows the public to use it is the one owned by enrile. The other one opened to the public is the munting buhangin beach camp. While the facilities are good, i think that the entrance and the gazebo rates are too expensive for the masses. IT is probably intended for the upper middle class and those who have money to spare once in a long while.
Surprisingly, the water was cold and clear and calm considering that a tropical depression is spotted entering the bicol region and one just leaving. I like that beach. He spent about 4k for that trip to Batangas. It is expensive living here in manila. And even more expensive to go out-of-town.

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