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Falls and the Open Fields

The place is called E. Lopez. Guess what we found there?

A waterfalls, a nice place to hang out, and an afternoon of fun! From our drive trips to some “lakbay” quests, we ended up visiting the place called Eustaquio Lopez. Quite a farm place somewhere in the point place of Silay City. Off from the road, we travel no more less than 2 hours. So we decided to stop by E. Lopez to have some refreshments. We walked straight down a narrow road and found a gushing water nearby. We tried to trek our way and we discovered a waterfalls!

We had fun taking pictures with it, talking about it, and having fun with it. From thereon, we went forward and found a little place. Yes, it’s an open field (wished we played baseball there). I was in loved with it since the sun was setting so we took some pictures again and had fun. There was also a basketball court, so we tried to make use of it.

After those silly menageries, we went back and passed by the waterfalls for the last time. We spent a minute of viewing the rushing of waters, and proceeded back to the car.

What a great way to spend some afternoon!

written by ethermoon

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  1. stouf


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