How do you celebrate your last day at work?
After all the doubts I had, I finally decided to resign from working the night shift. Thus, my officemates are thinking how they can make memories with me before leaving them. Some of them decided to assign each person to bring specific food that I like. I was confused for a second if they’re happy about me leaving because we’re like celebrating it. Kidding haha.
While my other group of friends decided to go on a team building in Alegria ( about 3-hour road trip using a private car ), I never heard of batong malunhaw before, and when they told that this is where we’re going, I immediately searched thru the internet to see what it looks like. Truth be told, I don’t recommend you go for it. I wasn’t really expecting much but still, I’m disappointed. From the pictures in google, the resort has pool included in your stay, but when we arrived, the pool’s water was super green and one of the staff told us that we can’t use it since it’s not cleaned yet. Ok, no pool ( that’s fine you’re here for the beach ), I went to the comfort room to shower and change before going to the beach, to my surprise, there’s no water coming out from the faucet ( that’s fine, you can just go to the beach and take a dip ), so finally, I head to the beach and just to find out that I’ll be adding it to my disappointment list. I think I’m in the series of unfortunate events, the beach is itchy and has a lot of seaweeds and it has so many rocks/ dead corals, not to mention it’s already low tide when we got there. We huddled and I suggested to transfer to Lambug, Badian, but some of them are tired and were sleeping. No choice, need to stick to the plan. Even though I’m not amazed, I still took a dip and just drank gin to enjoy my stay. I didn’t stay overnight because I don’t see any reason to. I just took a few pictures of the place and went home.
After the sunset, we ate our dinner and me and my two guy friends went home while some of them stayed.
Food & Gasoline – P 800