Swimming at Estrellas de Mendoza
As soon as we got settled in our Cabana — meaning arranged some of our things in the cabinet and unpacked our bags– Ykaie, sis, and my nephew, Kakay changed into their swimsuits. They headed to the swimming pool area armed with sis’s newly bought waterproof Canon PowerShot D20. It was actually the first time sis used her camera and she’s still learning the ropes.
Rome, my MIL, mt FIL, and I decided to stay inside the Cabana since it was still hot. I needed to rest because I drove for five hours going here.
Estrellas de Mendoza has an 800-sqm infinity pool, a small part of which iss the kiddie pool. I think the deepest part is only 4½ feet deep. This is good for me because as you all know, I don’t know how to swim.
The swimming pools are conveniently located just outside the cabanas where we were staying.
This is the round-shaped kiddie pool…..
Underwater shot of Kakay and Ykaie.
Ykaie was comfortable in posing for the camera even underwater…
I was able to join them swimming after dinner when I felt that I’m already rested…
Ano kayang meron sa dako pa roon at naka-tingala sila? hehehe….
By mid afternoon, my MIL and FIL changed into their swim suits and joined Ykaie in the swimming pool….
Lolo Sony and Ykaie
Good Morning San Juan, Batangas!
While waiting for the complimentary breakfast to be available at the restaurant, we decided to wear our hats and go out to the beach.
Ykaie looks like a younger Maria Mercedes with this pose..heehee…
It was low tide that morning. Ykaie enjoyed hunting for hermit crabs….just like me, when I was hunting for good used drum at Musicians Friend.
Oh, and before I forget, we bumped into former Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim at the resort. We couldn’t resist a photo opp with him..
We headed to Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay after this for Ykaie’s Birthday Lunch.