New Business in Town

Going home from the cemetery last November 1, we took a different route. I wanted to do landscape photography. (Yes, frustrated photographer here!)

I got what I wanted. The alternate route had pretty rolling hills.

And there were ducks gathering around a lake. This is what I love about provincial life.

Along this road, we also discovered a new resort.

Construction is still ongoing but there is already a functional swimming pool.

The resort already accepts guests who want to use the pool. We grabbed the opportunity and returned in the afternoon. Since only a few knew the place exists, we look like we own the place. ๐Ÿ˜€

The place also has a function room for those who want to hold their parties and meetings here.

We swam till dusk. ย I love that the resort is surrounded by mountains. No obstructive view of those dangling electric wires.

ย The place is pretty at night.

The resort is not yet fully opened and they do not even have a signboard. The resort is a water park for kids complete with slides and other water activities. I found this taped to a column in the entrance.ย So, if you happen to be in Butuan City, you now know who to call. ๐Ÿ˜‰

A new business like this needs an online presence. Everyone uses the Internet to search for places to eat, things to buy and resorts to enjoy. ย Having a website, a Facebook page or a twitter account ย is just a start.

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