I am not busy, but I was just consumed with a lot of things these past few days. I got a short vacation back to my hometown. My company offered a new position for a new job here in Dumaguete City, but I already decided to settle in Cebu. My mind is fixed. I have to move on. My ex asked another chance, but I just realized, there's plenty of fish in the sea.
|The Forest Camp|
|The Forest Camp|
One of the most visited places here in Valencia is The Forest Camp. If you're in Dumaguete City, locals will lead you to Valencia. Then, locals in Valencia will lead you to The Forest Camp. Let me take you with me before I left this place behind.
Approximately 10 km from the city, you can reach The Forest Camp by car for only 25 minutes. You can rent a motorcycle in the city, and reach the place for only 15 minutes. If you reach Valencia through a public jeepney, you can ride a habal-habal (motorcycle) and ask for The Forest Camp.
Situated in the curb of Banica River, the place offers a forest-like camp for nature-lover people. The water from the river run through a filter down to the three man-made swimming pools. The Forest Camp utilizes what nature can offer at the same maximizing its used for future generation.
Family cottages are available for those who wanted to stay overnight. There are also bamboo huts for family in picnics. Tables and chairs are provided for groups who come from the city to relax.
I couldn't count how many times I've been to this place. I wish my mind is a hard drive. No matter how full it is, still memories are safely keep. These photos are taken this year, but the photo below was last 2010 I believe. I took it from Xoxo_Grah's blog.
|Valerie, Phioxee, Boing, Grah, and Emgee|
Till here. I hope to post more for the month of July. I was thinking of posting about weddings, but I don't feel like talking about about these stuffs today (bitter mode). By the way, people in the photos are my da barkads (friends). My ex is there. urg! Anyway, thank you for the visit guys.