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#CavEAT: Bumbungan Eco-Park

Howdy Guys and Gals! My apologies if I've been in hiatus for so long. It’s just that life at work becomes more hectic and busier than usual. Plus, weave been implementing lots of new rules at work 'which includes non-access to Wi-Fi via mobile phone, my current location at the office has the worst signal (no, I am not exaggerating things, to those who gradually calls me during my work hours - “Sorry, the line is choppy.”- had already heard that line. An access to social media such Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter are also limited… err… what I've meant is a no-no already. Well, I am nothing against with it as it connotes change for the better. And I guess it is for everyone’s career growth and the likes.

Meanwhile, I have already posted some reasons why you should visit Cavinti,Laguna, Philippines here. It was also the start of my travels for 2015. I am aiming for a weekly travels if budget and schedule permits me to. Praying and hoping though. Moving on, it was my first time to visit the place – Cavinti – in Laguna. I never knew that it exist, well, I do sometimes hear it on television but I thought that the person mentioning the place was pertaining to Cavite. Oh well, now I know! Cavinti is a third class municipality in the province of Laguna, PH. Situated at the eastern side of the province and along Sierra Madre mountain range.

During our getaway, our first stop was the Bumbungan Eco-Park. Going there was a 30-minute drive from Sta. Cruz, Laguna and taking the route of Lumban-Caliraya-Cavinti Road. Well, it is easy to find so when you get lost, just ask a local. Bumbungan Eco-Park has an environmental protection fee of P10/day or P20/night. Cottage is also available for only P150/day or P200/night if you wish to bring your own food and setup a picnic along the Bumbungan Falls. Well, it is a small falls where water comes from the overflowing Bumbungan River going to Cavinti River to Cavinti Falls. There’s also a wet bridge on top of the spillway where I found myself running and goofing around. Well, there’s always a kid-part-of-me whenever I travel. The water was as cold as water that came from the refrigerator. The environment was so calming and serener. And by the way, there were also people who do the laundry beside the river.

Get ready to get wet and play with the cold water!

What I'm wearing: Swatch watch | t-shirt from Uniqlo | jumper wore as a shorts from @yannaclothing  (instagram) | belt from Forever21

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Bumbungan Eco Park
Lumban-Caliraya-Cavinti Road
Brgy. Tibatib, Cavinti, Laguna, PH
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