One word: refreshing. We may have endured a loooong land travel to reach Aurora province, but the place is surprisingly refreshing!
From 3 in the morning, we were already on the road traversing our way to Aurora Province. After transferring from a jeepney to a bus to another bus and to another bus and to a tricycle—a total of 12 hours on the road—we finally reached San Luis, Aurora where we stayed at my brother’s home.
Although tired from the looooooong journey, we were thrilled meeting my nephews and niece and enjoyed playing with the hyperactive techie kiddos.
Come the next day and we found ourselves savoring Aurora’s crisp fresh air and cool waterfalls. We found no surfers that time of the day but we were at awe at the waves continuously crashing on the shore. We got excited, too, seeing the huge centuries-old Balete tree.
It was drizzling but heck, for all we know, we were so full of Ate Lanie’s adobo and munggo and definitely having a really great time with the kids and the whole family.
I gotta be honest, travel time is loooong and tiring… but Aurora’s natural beauty is truly eye-candy and incredibly fantastic for nature lovers! 😀
Daguist Waterfalls (lower cascade)
rocky Daguisit Beach
my nephew at Caunayan Waterfalls
my nephews at Sabang Beach
jeff and jacky at the centuries-old Balete Tree
massive Balete Tree