Take an Extreme Adventure or Just Chill at Laresio Lakeside Resort and Spa

The last weekend of February had us driving to UPLB to fetch Ralph who went on an overnight debate competition. Since February 25 was declared as an official holiday, we thought that it would be the best time to spend the night at a resort in Los Baños. It was a last minute decision so I failed to reserve us a room at the Makiling Onsen Spa. Thankfully, Laresio Lakeside Resort and Spa was just a few hundred meters and a phone call away.

It was actually my husband first discovered Laresio Lakeside Resort and Spa. He saw a viral post on Facebook about it and tagged me. I didn't realize that it was also located in Los Baños until our car drove past its signage along the highway. Luck was on our side when I booked because there were still a few rooms available. As the night passed, we saw guests coming and checking in the rooms beside ours.

Checking-in at Laresio
We availed of the Small Group Overnight Package for 4 which cost us 1,500 each.

The package an airconditioned room good for…

Club Manila East Taytay

Finally, Dadijun's off from work! This trip was not planned, but as they say, this kind of trip is the most enjoyable.

We arrived just after lunchtime at Club Manila East Taytay (we ate our baon in the car because no food and drinks are allowed inside). For just 220 bucks per person we were able to enjoy the pool with giant slide, kayaking, and swimming in the beach wave pool! We did not rent a cabana since there were still gazeebos available for free. It even has an electrical outlet and we were able to use our portable dvd player.

I highly recommend this place! Just around 30 minutes from Ortigas Complex, 15 minutes from SM City Taytay. Soon, the lazy river will be available. We will definitely go back come summertime!

For dinner, we went up to Antipolo and dined at Leonardo's along the overlooking strip of Sumulong Highway. We rented a small bahay kubo for 50 bucks an hour, and ordered food from their resto. Our bill was just 700 bucks, not bad for a hearty meal of fried chicken, chopsuey, sinigang na hipon, and rice 5 people! We didn't order drinks because we had the softdrinks baon that we were not able to bring inside CME.

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