Even though our flight back home was at high noon, Kap & I woke up extra early on our last day at THE BELLEVUE RESORT so we could be able to see the beauty of nature one more time before we had to say goodbye to a place we have come to love & call home in just 3 short days.
I felt like we were honeymooning as I was the center of Kap’s attention. Ok, me AND the beach! :P As long as nasa pampang ako kasali na rin ako sa view & attention niya, lels. No phones, no extra curricular activities. I had his complete attention & I was truly enjoying our time well spent together.
I would greatly advice THE BELLEVUE RESORT as destination for honeymooners and more so OLD-mooners such as us, to reconnect & reminisce. As you can see, the normally NR guy is suddenly oh-so sweet & touchy-touchy kissy-kissy because of our romantic surrounding. Case in point.. HHWW (holding hands while walking) & HHWS (holding hands while swimming) kami! Kahit na nakakalbo na ako, ang haba pa rin ng hair ko mga kapatid! ;P Thank you again Ate for the kodak moments!
Even the sky is cooperating. Can you see the mala-puso-puso na umagang bituin? :)
You really don’t need to go far when in Bellevue Resort to get access to the water. It has a white beachfront that is so fine & pristine even a city girl like me got allured to get in, wade, and forget time.
Teeny tiny sea creatures swam with us & circled us as we splashed about like kids.
Starfish were also aplenty. But I had my eye on only one star. <3
I told you. There’s a lot of holding hands going on here. Yep, even under water. Masundan kaya si Jela???
Our happiness would have been complete had it not been for this baby dolphin who got trapped in the net & died. After seeing them play in the wild just the other day, so carefree, it broke my heart to see one harmed. They are such gentle & magnificent creatures.
And even though the beach is beautiful, the infinity pool gave us equal pleasure & we also spent some time wading before finally getting ready to go home.
Pasensya na po. Honeymoon stage lang talaga ang peg! :P
We would have stayed on forever in paradise.
The Bossman decided to do the ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE with the rest of the boys.
Believe me, ice can be freakishly cold & painful on a very hot body previously warmed by the glaring sun. So even if the bucket used was small, it delivered the same effect. Although not confirmed, it is said that the ice bucket challenge is likened to the situation where the muscle of sufferers deteriorate & all the person feels is numbness. Just like when ice is thrown at you, you become numb for a while. But in the case of ALS patients, it is forever. Leading to a slow, painful death.
My honey is well-trained. :P No seriously, he really takes such good care of us. When I’m with him, I don’t have to life a finger. Sitting pretty lang talaga ako. Queen na queen. How lucky am I, right? Gora, hanap na rin kayo ng kokak niyo!
Thank you so much BELLEVUE RESORT BOHOL & RYAN CHAN. No words will ever be enough for the memories we have collected, or even capture the sentiments we have felt in those 3 amazing days.