Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Stormy Outing

I should have been invigorated after the long holiday. But it looks like it's the contrary. I caught daughter’s colds virus and they are seeking their way to bring me down again. I just hope the anti-flu pills I took would topple these stuffy nose and aching joints. Never mind, it's not the topic anyway!

Last Friday, we headed to Balanga, Bataan once again to take advantage of the long weekend. My sis reserved two-aircond room cottages for our overnight stay in La Vista Balanga Resort not minding the whether forecast. Friday was a bright day without any sign of Typhoon Santi. Everybody, (which included Sis and her children and grandchild, Sil with her boyfriend, nephew and his family, plus my own) have been enjoying the pool at the farm-like resort that much. Food was aplenty, though I didn’t bring any. Nil told me not to, so I just obeyed her, (lol!) Sis’ and Nil’s generosity in bringing food were always there, so what else is there to worry for me? ha ha ha…
We were aware of the coming typhoon alright! But we weren’t aware that it would hit the place like in bull’s eye. Heavy rains started in the evening yet we didn’t mind. We still had fun despite the brown out. The following morning, we woke up to the pounding of strong winds. The cottage’s windows swung to and fro until broken; wall frames were falling to the floor, the trees were swaying vigorously with branches breaking off. Some trees had fallen to the ground and the swimming pools were all covered with leaves and twigs. Our dining and cooking place was in total disarray. The lighter stuff like plastic plates and cups were blown away together with even heavier ones like pots and pans. It was a complete chaos. Fortunately, typhoon Santi's havoc lasted for only few hours. At around 9am, the sky was clear again and the sun was up. As if nothing happened if only for the scattered debris around the resort. And everybody was back in the pool once again despite the tons of leaves on the water. Do you think we would have allowed it to stop having fun? No way!

Sharing you these photos:(click to enlarge)



Fallen tree after the typhoon.

8 Comentários:

the donG said...

not a storm can stop people from enjoying a trip. it can stop you from seeing more sights but it will give you more time to bond with your companions.

Nance said...

Looks like everybody had fun just the same, Beng. I'm with you about having fun...making everyday count!

Dhemz said...

oh my,....despite na may typhoon teBeng, tuloy parin ang ligaya...ehhehehe.....sarap ng kamayan nyo ah.....kaka envy yung bonding....nice place pa.....at libre pa....ehehhehe!

thanks for sharing the pics...and btw, thanks for supporting Akesha...you are very much appreciated.....God Bless po....:)

PinayWAHM said...

Come rain or high waters...kahit bagyo pa tuloy ang ligaya!! Hahaha....

That's the spirit. At least sama- sama kayo di ba? Ano ba yang mga bagyong yan at walang patawad.

Oh well...at least you still had a great time kahit KJ si Santi/Tino?? Sino na nga ba? I can't even keep up with their names anymore.

@mi asawa na madalang sa blog ko.....bawal eh....hahaha. Ayaw nya kaso ako pasaway minsan...blaha sya....hehe

J

alf said...

yan ang sinasabing rain or shine talaga. at least ilang oras lang si santi.

chubskulit said...

oh my goodness! At least TitaB di gaaniong nanalanta si Santi and you are all safe that is all that matters..

♡ N o r e e n said...

Hi Beng kamusta ka na? I haven't been to an outing for more than 10 years. wow. kaka-miss!

PinayWAHM said...

Hi Ate Beng!

Another weekend passed! Asus! Another one coming in a few days.....hehe...

Have a good one.

J

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