After waking up the next day, we set foot to go to some of the places inside the resort that we haven’t been to.
We also rented a Kayak. The cost is P300 for one hour all around this three-foot deep man-made saltwater lagoon.
This is the Plantation Bay’s Beach Area….
Yup, it is very small. Maybe that’s why they made the biggest saltwater lagoon here.
Honestly, that water lagoon made up for this really small beach area.
Sis, Ykaie and I wore similar outfit when we checked out of Plantation Bay. It said “I am Twitter’s Trending Topic“.
And while waiting for the shuttle that will take us to the airport we had some fresh coconut juice at…
…the Coconut Bar. They sell some Bibingka too but at the time we’re still full from our big breakfast at Kilimanjaro Kafe.
At the airport, we bought nothing else but the famous Zubuchon as pasalubong for family and friends.
This ends my Cebu adventure… I’m off to the Hot Air Balloon Festival tomorrow.
Plantation Bay Resort and Spa
Marigondon, Mactan Island, Cebu, Philippines
Green Monday says
it was indeed a beauty. Looks like nice to have kayaking there. I would really love to go and visit that place someday. how i wish 🙂