|facilities and scenery is not to be frowned at
@ Lemlunay Resort there is an infinity pool overlooking the
|at the Lemlunay Resort
Will go to snorkle here next year!!! yeba! they have great
diving spots also ^.^
Sarangani Province has been an endless wonder for me. While I was there gawking at new discoveries and listening to people talk about the place, I couldn’t help myself from falling in love with it. The cultural history is rich, the people are friendly, the beaches are white…and the sunset, regardless of the missed boat ride is just so worth it. And yes, I know I’ve been ranting about beaches, as I am a beach bum, but I had my loudest shriek at the Pangi River when the group went down to experience tubing.
For those not familiar with tubing, it’s cruising the river the crazy way. You don on a helmet and a life jacket ( we both had fun trying on our gear and pretending we are going biking =P ) and you subject yourself to the river with only a rubber tube to hang on. And mind you, it’s better to do this when the river current is fast — and to make things difficult, There will be boulders bigger than you are. If you come across one, as our guide would say, do not kick it. And yeah, its not fun if you fall off the rubber tube, so as to not ruin everyone’s afternoon ride, avoid drowning by hanging on for dear life. And you can scream all you want. Everybody will be busy shrieking too so don’t worry about it.
|all geared up for tubing!|
|expect to drink a lot of river water too coz the ride will
make you scream!!!!
Little trivia: Meloussa is an “anagram” of Ssaloume.
**Also the dishes they prepared for us were actually not common dishes served in resorts. Most would offer bbq or grilled fish or any food that’s easy to prepare. In Davao, I seldom find these type of dishes and almost all of the time, I get to taste them in private functions within our family circle. It is a special dish. My dad used to have these dishes cooked everytime he celebrates his birthday =)
“Glan town chose to develop various coco-based products for food, beverage and handicrafts; fresh and processed mango for Malungon; marinated fish for Maitum; fresh cardaba banana for Alabel; fresh and processed cardaba banana for Maasim; fresh cardaba banana for Malapatan; and, abaca-based products such as T’nalak and other handicraft for Kiamba.” — Allen V. Estabillo, Mindanews
My experience in Sarangani has changed a lot of my expectations about the area. And to experience it once is just not enough. So for next year, I’m definitely coming back…especially now that I’ve learned that the famous Tarsier, only known to be found in bohol is actually endemic to this coastal province. Surprise? yeah, me too ^.^