Our trip to Eagle Point Resort is actually just a continuation of my sister’s birthday treat. After checking out of Vivere Azure, we headed straight here. This is just, more or less, a 20-minute drive away from Vivere Azure so it wasn’t a big deal.
My sister does not book a two-day vacation in a single resort. It is very tiring but sometimes it’s also nice because you get to see many places.
Sis got us the Deluxe Room with two double beds. It has a fridge, tv, and a terrace. Thinking about it now, I’m asking myself how we got to fit ourselves into those two beds. But….yeah, we did fit and we slept well too. LOL!
A Deluxe room costs ₱6,800 per night including breakfast.
Ykaie’s poses gets fiercer. I think she watches America’s Next Top Model when I’m not around.
This is the bathroom. It is quite big and it can accommodate three playful children during bath time.
Like what we usually do when we just arrived at a resort, we just leave our bags inside our room and then start galivanting.
There are three swimming pools around the resort. This is the South End pool and is the one farthest from our room which we were sure we’ll never swim in because of its location.
It was high noon and when we started roaming around. A few more minutes and we felt we needed some refreshment so off we went to the restaurant.
We had some Melon Shakes…
…pizza and nachos…
It was such a tiring day but we were not done yet….