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Weekend at Hale Manna Beach Resort and Coastal Garden

One of the privilege when you're living in a tropical country is having the sun's smile on you all year long (just don't count the typhoon visits :D). And when you're in an island surrounded by beautiful beaches, what more could you ask for?
As for me, I need finances to indulge in this privilege...hehehe

Last month, we had a chance to spend weekend with friends at Hale Manna Beach Resort and Coastal Garden, Moalboal, Cebu. Located at the southwest part of Cebu, Moalboal is also known for white beaches, coral reef and fish sanctuaries. 
If you want to relax and listen the whispers of the leaves as they dance with the sea breeze or if you just want to escape the noise and pollution of the city, then, Hale Manna is for you. From the place (rooms are spacious and clean), the staffs (everyone is so accommodating and friendly) and even the food (yummy is the best word to describe it), it surely is a haven. I tell you 2 days and 1 night is not enough. Even my daughter wished she could stay for a year to enjoy the place. 

Here are our pictures. 
Photo Credits: Nat A. and Jimmy L.
Honey loves to swing in the hammock.
Jiggy loves the spacious garden for playing.
We tried kayaking.
Honey tried snorkeling.
Snorkeling with friends.
This team surely had so much fun.
Thank you Jim for flying all the way from Manila just to spend the weekend with us here in Cebu. Hope we can do this more often.
Thank you Paeng for recommending Hale Manna.

From city proper, you can either ride on a bus (from South Bus Terminal) or a van for hire (from CitiLink Terminal). The ride takes approximately 2.5 hours. From the Moalboal market, you need to have one more ride thru tricycle to reach the resort. We were not able to take on both options as Paeng and his family offered a ride :D.

Tips:
If you are saving, travel in the morning and bring with you your lunch. 
Travel by groups, the more the merrier.

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