The kids enjoyed playing and swimming in a hot spring while for an adult like me, it served as my full therapeutic treatment. It became hydrothermal therapy for my musculoskeletal problems and joint pain. I dipped myself into the pool, only half body, trying to protect my damaged rebonded hair not to get wet with chlorinated water. Ouch, haha. Oh, I am not sure if the hot spring is chlorinated by the way because I I didn't smell it. I just wanted to protect also my hair from warm water that could damage my hair.
Captured the above moment while my kids were trying to get their Ate Bangs into the water. They call my older daughter with this name, as she looks like their cousin with a name, "Bangs."
The kids enjoyed the continental breakfast while the left over Adobo from Liliw served as our meal, I meant, brunch. The staff were kind enough to microwave the Adobo and it was still yummy after all. Now, this is what we call, the national dish.
Here is the photo of the Adobo that we feasted for four consecutive meals.
Juan who looked very happy, always finds joy at the water, a clear evident why he's being called a water baby by his mom and dad. Early morning scene trying to convince my older daughter to swim.
Bedtime photo. Juan tried to make a wacky pose. You are so cute Juan! They played "Lupa, Langit" while we were downstairs having our therapeutic treatment at the hot spring. I realized that my daughter who is turning fourteen is still a kid who still wants to play and join in the kids' game.
Photo ops before leaving Oasis Hotel of Splash Mountain.