The latter was where we stayed a few weeks ago because our daughter and our niece were requesting for a staycation. Yeah, umi-staycation demand narin ang mga chikiting.
And since my wife wanted to make their wish granted and at the same time find a relaxing time for us, Punta de Fabian was the choice.
I have been fantasizing of returning here for a while. It has been almost two years since we tried the place. We have been to many nice hotels and resorts since then but Punta de Fabian still has a spot in our
to-return-to list. That means our stay more than a year back was indeed memorable.
I remember it was also rainy season back then. It was just me and my wife with no kids to care for. I was surprised because I never expected a humble resort by the hill with a nice view of the lake exists in Baras Rizal which is another municipality we hardly hear about.
That the place was very romantic at that time? I remember having dinner at Punta Cafe's al fresco section when heavy rain poured. It made the already cool night even cooler. Or was it because it continuously rained well beyond dinner time that we enjoyed swimming in the blue-lit infinity pool while it was pouring hard. I find that really romantic and difficult to forget.
with the Kids
For breakfast, one could choose from rather simple selection. Plated Filipino dishes, the typical I would say. There were only four (4) choices, tapsilog, tocilog, hotsilog, or ham and egg. I ordered one each since there were four of us. It was surprisingly quite satisfying at least. Look, the girls had a good time.
The kids were excited to hit the pool again after breakfast and it was swimming that they did until few minutes before check out.
My wife and I were not able to swim the day before so we thought of taking advantage of the good weather. The pools water seem newly replaced so it was a pleasure swimming. Perfect time for another family bonding.