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What happens when you get stranded in the middle of nowhere with a two year old boy? Read on. Swear, it’s worth the read.
We made a four-hour drive from our humble abode in Fairview to the southernmost tip of the Bataan Peninsula. There, you’ll reach Camaya Coast. We learned how it was once secluded cove - accessible only to local fishermen. Now, you can see it transforming into a prime leisure resort and residential development.
While it’s hard for us to admit, we all need a break. A time where you can enjoy the present, without thinking about what meal to prepare the next day. A break where you can be in touch with yourself, and enjoying unplugged time with family On a recent blog post we shared on A Momma Abroad, we recall our soul detox in Villa Escudero.
We wanted to unwind, rekindle our spirits and appreciate slow-living. With our little boy in tow, we drove all the way to Club Monet in Cabangan, Zambales ~ an hour away from the usual go-to places such as Liw-Liwa, San Antonio or San Narciso.
Last December, my boys and I decided to go on a 5-day road trip up north ~ a family tradition we do every end of year. We spent a few nights in Ilocos Sur, Ilocos Norte, and Abra. Unfortunately, it was raining hard throughout our stay in Pagudpud (Amihan season for that area, sadly), but on one of the days that the weather was forgiving, Bobby and I decided to drive all the way to Claveria, Cagayan (the nearest town from where we were).
The first time we were here, pre-Yñigo days, Bobby & I would drink under the stars, listen to the waves crashing into the shore, talking about how life would be. Who would have thought that we'd come back, somewhat do the same things, but this time with our kulit son in tow?
At first glance, most people would be amazed. Others would probably think it’s an eye-soar. Nonetheless, there’s a humbling beauty that lies within La Trinidad, Benguet.
The drive going to Tarlac was pretty quick. It’s about 3 hours from the Metro on a good day. We started a bit late so we were only able to cover several areas, but here’s what you can do if you want to make the most of your day trip with your little ones.