PAGASA announced that it’s the start of rainy season last May 18 — pero heto kami humahabol pa ng swimming last May 21 at Vista Al Sol in Angat, Bulacan. This is the first extended family swimming after such a long time. Last time we did this was at Costierra Garden Resort in Malabon.
Day tour lang naman sya, we were there at 8am to 5pm and it costs ₱9,000. The resort has a big pool and a kiddie pool. What I love about it is that the pool has continuous running water jus like in My Cabin By Selah. So hindi makati ang tubig at hindi rin ma-chlorine.
As you can see, FRUITS ang theme namin this swimming..
Banana man si Daddydoodledoo…
Watermelon ako, Ykaie is Raspberry, and Twinkle is Lemon.
You can bring your pets at Vista Al Sol kaya naman syempre kasama pa rin si Coffee at Chocnut — kaya lang the resort is not closed pala. It’s open! Hindi pa naman namin nadala ang cage nila kaya ayan naka-leash sila at hindi mapakawalan at baka mapunta sa ilog….
Medyo marami kaming baon — My Pork Ribs Adobo, alimasag(?), Adobong tahong ni sis, Shrimp, Minatamis na Saging, Minatamis na Kamoteng kahoy, candies, at kung nagtataka kayo kung para saan yung suka sa gilid, Nag-ihaw din kami ng fish, pork, at chicken. I wasn’t able to take pictures kasi busy na.
What I Like About Vista Al Sol:
- The area is big enough for large number of people. (maximum is 15 people)
- The pool is big and has continuous running water
- There is a grill and you can rent a stove and buy distilled water.
- It’s close to nature.
What I Don’t Like About Vista Al Sol:
- The way there is not cemented and in between fields na kasyang-kasya lang ang isang sasakyan.
- Super small restrooms
- No room included sa ₱9,000 — you get two cottages and one dining area with videoke.