Friday, April 15, 2011

CHRISTMAS 2010 BONDING WITH MY COLLEAGUES
















We started the day of December 20, 2010 with a refreshing morning in the ancestral house of our colleague in Angels Institute of Learning in the name of Johannes Paulus Esquinas or Teacher Jopo as he is fondly called in Barangay Villa Nogales, Municipality of Majayjay, Laguna. The van we used is owned by the family of Jopo and driven by his handsome brother, Neil Adrin or Allen with co-pilot Archie Jamito. His beauteous sweetheart, Beth Capio was also with us. The rest of the group were teachers of Angels Institute of Learning, namely: Joy Timbol; Janna Del Fonso; Leo Abriol; Marlyn Palce with son, Arbie; Ghie Pereyra; Ella Krizia; Emlou Vargas and me. From the ancestral house of Teacher Jopo, we had a 30-minute drive going to Virginia Dalitiwan Resort. Originally, we wanted to have our swim in Majayjay Falls (or Imelda Falls) which another 20 minutes drive and 30 minutes trek away but since it was muddy to trek and the water was so cold, we decided to have our grand time in Dalitiwan which is only along the highway. Entrance was P70 per person and the cottage is P500. We stayed here from 8:12 A.M. to 1:32 P.M. and moved to the next destination.

We started the day of December 20, 2010 with a refreshing morning in the ancestral house of our colleague in Angels Institute of Learning in the name of Johannes Paulus Esquinas or Teacher Jopo as he is fondly called in Barangay Villa Nogales, Municipality of Majayjay, Laguna. The van we used is owned by the family of Jopo and driven by his handsome brother, Neil Adrin or Allen with co-pilot Archie Jamito. His beauteous sweetheart, Beth Capio was also with us. The rest of the group were teachers of Angels Institute of Learning, namely: Joy Timbol; Janna Del Fonso; Leo Abriol; Marlyn Palce with son, Arbie; Ghie Pereyra; Ella Krizia Sumagaysay; Emlou Vargas and me. From the ancestral house of Teacher Jopo, we had a 30-minute drive going to Virginia Dalitiwan Resort. Originally, we wanted to have our swim in Majayjay Falls (or Imelda Falls) which another 20 minutes drive and 30 minutes trek away but since it was muddy to trek and the water was so cold, we decided to have our grand time in Dalitiwan which is only along the highway. Entrance was P70 per person and the cottage is P500. We stayed here from 8:12 A.M. to 1:32 P.M. and moved to the next destination.

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