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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Buhi, CamSur: Lologon Spring Resort

Buhi, Camarines Sur - Located near the mountain sides of Buhi is a resort called Lologon Spring Resort. Since my mom is from Buhi, I know how to understand Buhinon, but I'm not conversant using the dialect. Lologon basically means "sa kaloob-looban" or "inner part". True to its meaning, a few kilometer drive on the right sight of the "NakaBUHI" monument will bring you the resort.

I have also been to Balerite Resort but the road is much more rugged as compared to the way going to Lologon Resort.
There's a parking space near the entrance.
On the right side is a flowing brook, mainly the source of the resorts freshwater pool.
I hate to break it to you, there's no HOT spring. There's a hose which they say is a hot spring water, but nahh, it's not. I hope the management removes the "hot" on their signage.
Entrance fee is very affordable. Night swimming is also allowed.

The resort uses bright colors in their pools. The view that you will actually enjoy is the canopy of coconuts that you can see around.
There are huge rocks in the pool, so be extra careful.

Children enjoying the water, free from any fee since it's from the brook outside the resort.

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  1. This place is absolutely gorgeous, beautiful and stunning. Even though a few halls are equally appealing and fascinating in their decor, food and aesthetics, I'm tempted to still give these New York venues slight edge.