Sunday, May 17, 2009

The Tamarind Tree (part2)

Part One => here

Stairways To Heaven
This way up to the club house or the function hall where events like weddings or what so parties happen.

To The Pool
Half way of the stairs to the clubhouse, take a left turn to reach the swimming pool with the an elevated location like the function hall.

What A Beauty!
Look how sweet is the swimming pool. To your right is a view of the ocean and pics of islands, and to your left..

Real Pretty!
.. is like a landscape painting.

Bamboo Showers
Ofcourse as in any pool rules, take a shower first before dipping in the pool. These outdoor bamboo showers really spell pretty rustic.We love them! And the stone floor_very relaxing to the feet.

As spf roof, you can stay and relax in this cottage beside the pool.

Ready to use with minimal rental fee.There's single and there's for the couple.

Going-up To Eat
Meals are serve at the cafeteria,if you're staying (like we do) at the frontbeach cottages,you have to climb up to the hills on this road or the stone stairs at the other side. They don't allow food in the cottages.Everyone must really go up this way to eat.Those staying at the uphill cottages have the advantage as they are nearby the cafeteria.

Lunch At The Cafeteria
This is the only place where you can eat. The place wears the consistent rustic appeal of the whole resort. Even the plates are made from native materials and on top of each plate is a banana leaf used as paper plate.The place is decorated with native hats (which are also for sale) from Lucban Quezon (a neighboring town ).

With our family package comes three meals (breakfast,lunch,dinner)of the day of fish,meat dish,vegetable, rice all you can, and fresh fruits for desserts. Snacks are cook to order, so you have to do the ordering in advance with additional fees. Drinking water is serve free.

Outside The Fence
An extension of the beauty of the resort continues .

The Beach
As for the highlight of the resort_it has a fine nearly white beach infront.

A Calm Sea
Water is clear and quiet. So inviting for a swim.Very safe for kids too. And one can never ignore the beautiful view of the islets sitting pretty in the ocean.

We Want more!
So we hired a boat for island hopping.The rest of the trip was wonderful! (see previous blog>Borawan & Dampalitan Islands).

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