We’ve been always keen visiting historical places and a small town in Batangas is no exception. This was our All Soul’s Day – going back to what it used to be like during Hispanic colonial times.
Close to nature, Close to God.
This was the slogan that greeted us when we arrived on a windy weekend morning. Travel took us approximately 2-hr drive to Nasugbu Batangas (right after Tagaytay) with less traffic, rocky uphill roads and undeniable quietness all around as we spotted a cross on a brick facade.
One of the best days in life is to bum around after a stressful week, so hubby and I drove to a secluded place in Lipa City, Batangas to visit a once familiar place.
Starting year 2010 with a resolution of editing photos I took last November 09′ when we had our team building activity in Laiya. The place is known for pristine sea water and creamy sand among any other Batangas provinces. It is situated in the Southern-eastern part of Luzon, 140 plus km from Manila and takes 2 hours of driving.