|Going to Malipano Island, another property of the Pearl Farm Resort. It is where wedding ceremony, debut party, and the likes are held. The boat ride is free. Just ask the staff assigned in the Parola.|
|The view of the island from afar|
|The docking station is made of plastic. It looks like a bunch of big squarish plastic containers tied up together. It was really unique.|
|Oh, how sweet! Dad and daughter bonding. Hubby was not feeling good at that time but he wanted to pick up sea shells for his co-worker Patty as pasalubong.|
|Hubby and I looking for sea shells|
|The beauty of the tall coconut trees is just lovely. I thought there was a golf course here somewhere but then I realized that it has not enough area.|
|It was really hot while we were walking around but this scenery is just refreshing.|
|Like us, this proud Peacock wanders around the area too and doesn't mind our presence at all.|
|Another beautiful scenery. It was very quiet here and I liked it a lot.|
|This path is going to the Villas, exclusive for Villa staying guests only. Those villas are very very expensive. The rates can go as high as Php58,000.00 per night. Yes, ridiculous.|
|The reception area or the preparation area for weddings, birthday parties, etc|
|This was prepared for a wedding ceremony at 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon.|
There was nothing to do after roaming around and picking up some sea shells and we were thirsty already so we decided to go back to the main resort. Use of umbrella (which can be found in the Parola) while roaming around this place is a must and don't forget to bring a bottle of water with you.
If you can afford (I can not) to have your wedding held here or to celebrate birthday, anniversary or any special occasion, I would recommend this place. It is very quiet, intimate, and the scenery is just perfect.
Thank you for dropping by. Have a good one!