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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Villa Excellance | To Formal Sendoffs & More Celebrations

I've never been much for the beach, but that's definitely not to say I don't enjoy a visit every now and then! The past three months in college have been insane, to say the least; I've never experienced joy, stress, rage and a whole range of emotions within such a span of time in my life, and it's something I wouldn't recommend to anyone. Haha! However, now that those days are officially over, I finally got to just relax and not care about schoolwork for a while with my class. One of my blockmates was so movingly generous to accommodate almost 40 of us to a resort that his family owned in Cavite - Villa Excellance. Cannot say enough good things about the guy and I also can't find any way to express my gratitude other than trying to spread the word in my own little way through this blog!

Now that you're caught up with the summary of my school drama, read on to see Villa Excellance!

We arrived late in the afternoon, which, by the way, is the perfect time to swim at the beach! So chill and no intense heat at all!

We stayed at the guest homes, which can accommodate a ton of people. Fully-airconditioned and really clean, which are the most important things for me. LOL #AirConIsLife

I didn't take photos of the inside anymore as it was a crazy mess because of everyone's stuff lying around. I think there were roughly 15 of us in one unit, but the place is perfect for families of 6 to 10. Pretty awesome at less than 10k!

My blockmates, Pabs and Pash doing my signature "blogger pose" before we hit the beach. Haha! This has apparently become a thing in my class. :)

Now, the beach! I didn't know what to expect because I've never been to a beach in Cavite before, but it's pretty similar to most Batangas beaches with the gray sand and lots of crushed seashells. There's the occasional cigarette left by other patrons but the place is generally well-maintained.

There are a variety of huts and sheds you can rent at Villa Excellance for reasonable prices.

Their newest highlight is the Wave Pool and it's a lot of fun! Basically, machines underwater create big waves that bounce you around. Being around my blockmates made it about a hundred times more fun, though. Haha!

Single guesthouses for smaller crowds.

Ending this post with a view of the pastel blue horizon! My whole stay was a mix of a little swimming, a lot of drinking, even more karaoke, very little sleep, and I am endlessly grateful for the experience. :)

Villa Excellance is located at Barangay Sahud Ulan, Tanza, Cavite.
For more information, you can visit their Facebook page here!

22 comments:

  1. You are very lucky to have a friend that accommodate you all to their resort. It's a nice place to visit this summer.

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  2. You are very lucky to have a friend that accommodate you all to their resort. It's a nice place to visit this summer.

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  3. the place looks really nice! i like how it looks peaceful and tranquil from the pictures. the wave pool sounds like lots of fun!

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  4. What a gorgeous place! I wouldn't want to leave. It looks like a quaint seaside town just waiting to be explored.

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  5. It's a nice resort! I'm now craving for the sea. This is a good appetizer for my Dumaguete-Siquijor trip tomorrow. :-) -Claire Algarme

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  6. I miss the beach! I'm looking forward to this week because it's a weekend of this as well. Thanks for sharing your experience, I'll share this with friends and family! The cottages are lovely.

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  7. Wow, your friends owns this resort?! So good that you got an opportunity to stay in this exotic place. Your photos are vibrant.

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  8. Your blockmates are sooo cute, doing your blogger pose, :) I'm sure you guys had fun, what with the great accommodations and the new wave pool!

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  9. The place is just nearby in Cavite. I guess with the tons of schoolwork, you deserve a break too.

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  10. this seems to be a good place. i wanna visit it soon.. :)

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  11. Looks like a nice place to go to this summer. I am glad it's just in Cavite. Thanks for sharing. I hope I can go there one of these days.

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  12. I am also not a beach person, but the occasional visit is okay. I liked that your friends were copying your pose. It is so distinct! Cute of them to do so.

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  13. I love beach holiday and its very relaxing. The place is awesome with nice pools and villas.

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  14. That place sure looks beautiful. I love the beach. It's almost like I live there now. lol It's a daily thing for me since it's a 15 min walk from my place. Thanks for sharing. Looks like you had an awesome time.

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  15. It's nice when the beaches are well maintained. Everything looks very lovely.

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  16. Hahaha... Good to know your blogger pose has become a superhit!!! Being a person from beach where I used to visit every month atleast once, now being in an inland, it's weird!!!

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  17. It really looks so good! Now, i am more impatient than ever for summer to finally come. Such a nice way for you and your classmates to spend the break from the hectic school life! Kudos to your block-mate for offering you guys this!

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  18. Creamy fun moments you got out there.

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  19. Lovely place to relax and i will go crazy clicking photos.

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  20. Such a nice place for a getaway, the skies are so blue! Always love sunny beaches than the city for a holiday

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  21. The place is gorgeous! It's been a long time since I've been to a resort. It has always been going to business hotels rather than resorts. Now, you got me wanting to go...

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