Chilling at 42 Degrees

JULY 30: 

Today we headed to Sari Ater Hotel & Resort: Family Resto, Hot Spring, Camping Park, Adventure, Sport & Leisure. We traveled for a couple of hours by angkot. That in itself was quite memorable because of the steep roads that we took to get to the mountain. It was a natural hot spring where the water was heated by the nearby volcano. Hot springs are also common in the Philippines but this was my first time to go to a natural one. It was a great experience since it was 42 degrees. I found it very relaxing especially because of the new friends who made it all the more comfortable. We didn’t stay long however since the following day we also had an early morning activity.


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