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…

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We're back. Dadijun has to go back to work tomorrow. My sister and brother-in-law made a side trip to La Union. How I wish we also went along with them but we can't. La Union is known for its beaches, especially the shores of Caba.

Unit 4-A, Green Mansion Condominium

Since this was our last day, we took the opportunity to shoot some pictures of us in our room and in some parts of the house. Mami-miss ko talaga ang place na ito. 2 years pa uli bago makabalik.



Feeling Don si Dadijun. That's our bed over there.



Me and Toto in the sun room, my most favorite place in the house.


Rap in the living room couch.
Toto by the dining room closet.
Dadijun by the corridor leading to our the bedrooms.


My family outside our unit.
Toto with the view of Green Mansion behind him.


Good Shepherd Convent

I have already bought some pasalubong items in the Mines View tiangge yesterday. The jams there are cheaper. I didn't buy peanut brittle from there because the best tasting peanut brittle in Bagiuo only comes from the Good Shepherd Convent. The place is only a few minutes away from Green Mansion so we just walked to reach the convent.


We bought some Ube Jam (sarap sa pandesal!), Peanut Brittle, Sesame Brittle, Toasted Sesame Seeds. We haven't eaten breakfast yet so from the merienda kiosk Dadijun and I bought some empanadas, strawberry juice, and gelato. There's a garden with the Stations of the Cross and Rap visited it with his Tito Toto.




Rap and his daddy went back home while Toto and I walked towards Mines View Park. I had to buy some of Mikasan's Choco Flakes. Rap had a crying fit this morning because someone ate his whole jar of Choco Flakes. The culprit turned out to be the one who volunteered to accompany me to Mines View, hehehe! Tito Toto, bistado ka na! I bought some Igorot cloth slippers, too.

We ate a quick early lunch by the time Toto and I got home. By 11:30, Mang Juanito was ready to pick us up and bring us to the Victory Liner terminal. Our trip was scheduled to leave at 12:20 p.m.





I will surely miss Baguio. Kahit ilang beses na hindi pa rin nakakasawang balikan. I just hope that there will be less pollution and traffic in the future.

We arrived at the Cubao terminal around 6:30 pm. By 7 pm we were already home. Mama and Papa picked Lucky up at around 8 pm and brought us the sad news that Papa lost during the baranggay elections. I hope he liked my pasalubong, anyhow.

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