Resorts And Get-Togethers

The week before my flight to the USA, I visited some relatives and spent time with my cousins in Manila and in the provinces nearby.

1.  Aunt in Caloocan

I had a great time with my aunt and her family in Caloocan.  She was one of the three siblings my father haven’t seen for more than 25 years until 2002.  I remember visiting with them during a fiesta in their place.  My cousins and I rode a roller coaster and played games like Bingo at the “peryahan”. Peryahan or perya is the Tagalog slang for a mini-Fair held in a barrio, barangay, or town during a fiesta.

2.  Aunt in Cavite

My mother’s younger sister lives in Cavite with her family.  I don’t see them more often.  My cousins love videoke.  So everytime we’re together, singing is one of the fun activities we do.  And there’s Island Cove Resort in Cavite.  I have been there once (with my co-employees for a Summer outing).  My favorite area in the resort is the Fishing Village.

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3.  Aunt in Pangasinan

She is my father’s youngest sister.  She and her family moved to Pangasinan for business.  My aunt and her family loves going to the beach.  When I was there visiting, we went to The Waverunner Beach Resort in San Fabian.  The beach is nice and the cottages are neat.  There’s a videoke machine in the big cottage too.  We had a wonderful swimming, singing, and eating.

The room rates and cottage rentals for hotel accommodation is very affordable.  These resorts are guest friendly and a nice place for family vacation.

4.  Uncle in Quezon City

After the wonderful bonding time with my aunts and their families, I stayed at my uncle’s house in Quezon City until the day of my departure.  He is my mother’s youngest brother and I stayed under his roof most of my employment period in Manila.  I took my cousins to the mall and watched a movie.  We had fun playing at the Arcade.

These are the moments I will always treasure.  And though I am away, they are always in my thoughts.

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