Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3

At 5 am my alarm went off, since I slept with my swimsuit on, I was ready in a few minutes with hopes of catching the sunrise. Sad to say, it was raining and I ended up having 2 cups of coffee. Morning talks were good, Hilda and Gen were early birds too, it was a big plus because our background music were songs of “The Creed”. I still wished I was able to watch them live but that’s okay. We talked about certain things, from real life experiences up to some old boring stuff. While waiting for the others to wake up, we decided to tour the area and my oh my, we found this wonderful cave! Too bad I still don’t have the photos with me, still need to grab them.

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (1)Breakfast time!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (2)Wet in the morning, yes, I swim first most of the time.

Villa Igang

Who can resist right?

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (3) Guimaras mangoes, so yellow!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (4) One last group photo, Andy left early. 😦

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (5)There’s always a first time, and this was one of hers.

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (6) Bridges over Villa Igang

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (7) Touring around the area again

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (8) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (9)Meet me at the end of world, the secret sanctuary. Make sure you find this heaven!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (10) Anna on top of the world

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (11) Hilda injured 😦

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Nipa huts and reflections

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (13) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (14) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (15) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (16) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (17) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (18) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (19) How I wish I own that house, beach front!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (20)I know I gained weight… but who cares? The rocks didn’t say anything when I leaned to them, lol!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (21) The yellow ladies!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (22) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (23)One of the many advantages of being small, squeezing myself into tiny spaces. 🙂

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (24) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (25) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (26) Ehem, my signature beach pose!

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Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (32) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (33) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (34) Flowers flowers flowers

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (35) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (36) Time to offer some prayerBacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (37) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (38) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (39) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (40) I caught him flying!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (41) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (42) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (43) Never leave Guimaras without any mangoes!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (44) Life is short, so buy many mangoes as long as you can, haha!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (45) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (46)Afternoon, we went back to Iloilo and stayed at Ongbun again. Nothing beats the real La Paz Batchoy.

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (47) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (48) We looked like twins here!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (49) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (50) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (51)Gen had been before which was a great advantage because we don’t need any tourist guide anymore. She knows where to bring us and what to show us. This was one of the highlight of the trip, visiting old churches.

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (52)Yes, the late Pope John Paul II visited the place, how I wish I was there.

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (53) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (54) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (55) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (56) Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (57)I didn’t buy lots of food and sweets, promise! 🙂

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (58) Searching for souvenirs

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (59)My dinner plate at the famous “Breakthrough” Restaurant. I swear, seafood never tasted this great!

Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3 (60) Hmmmm… who ate this? haha!

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Back in our hotel room, my feet trembling due to excessive swimming and walking. I need to put my legs up. If I can only sleep this way, I could have done that.

4 thoughts on “Bacolod Guimaras Iloilo Trip Day 3

  1. hello! sa villa igang po ba yan lahat ng photos mo sa resort? Sa villa igang po ba yung mangrove sanctuary at yung secret sanctuary na sabi mo parang heaven? please reply po. thank you!

    1. Hi! Yes sa villa igang nga po. Yung mangrove dun po. Ang di ko lang sure yung secret sanctuary kung yun ang tawag nila but i think that’s it. You can swim in there and it’s really beautiful!

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