I got out of bed so early to capture the sunrise, but as I looked at the sky, the imminent downpour was on its way. It was an overcast morning and to my dismay, I still have no sunrise photo of Baler for our second day. But it did not dampen my excitement. Rain or shine, this day is a wonderful day to be happy with our Baler Adventure.
Our Baler trip is about to end, but wait! There are still two more scenic spots to conquer! The Hanging Bridge and the Balete Millennium Tree.
Hanging Bridge is located in Sitio Zabali and connects Barangay Tibang and Barangay Sabang. The bridge is actually built for the use of the locals and not intended for tourism. But since the bridge was set in a place visually spectacular, it gained popularity. It is now one of Baler’s famed tourist attractions frequented by visitors.
Our refreshing water activity at Sabang Beach had ended. The rain had stopped and the weather was now cooperative as we headed to our next breathtaking escape, to AMCO Diguisit Lodge and Resort. But before we fall in love in this scenic spot, we hopped out of our van and visited Ermita Hill located in Barangay Zabali. It was approximately six kilometers away from the town of Baler and travel time took us around fifteen minutes only.
After a seven-hour travel time from Manila to Baler, an exciting city tour, and a heavy lunch at Chef Jerry’s Picnic Buffet Restaurant, we now headed to Bebel’le Beach Resort to check-in and to rest for an hour or two before we engage to water fun.