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Category Archives: Dumaguete City
This is what I failed to enjoy during our visit at the Tierra Alta Resorts and Residences in Dumaguete City, The Clubhouse of Tierra Alta.
The Clubhouse at Tierra Alta, Dumaguete City
During that visit, I and M, it was actually an unexpected plan since it was raining really hard that time. Only when M’s cousin mentioned that the Tierra Alta Resorts and Residences is only a kilometer or two from where we were, at Valencia, Negros Oriental. By that said, though still raining, we didn’t hesitate to drive to the place. But as mentioned, it was raining and even gotten hard when we reached the top of the resort. We end up nothing to do there.
The image above was taken during my second (2nd) visit together with my friend, Aicy, but we still didn’t enjoyed the clubhouse because when we arrived there, the place was already closing. 🙁
For this series of posts and images featuring The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant, this would be the last post which I will be showing to you more of its amenities. Though I have not toured the resort fully, but at least, I could share to you some idea on how the resort really looked like.
The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant: Receiving Area
The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant: Other Amenities
The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant: Restaurant
The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant: Comfort and Shower Rooms
Asking me on how to get there — how to go to Bambulo Resorts and Restaurant, you may hover to The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant post of mine.
This is the Jacuzzi at the Mini Cave at The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant which I was talking about in my previous post.
The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant: Jacuzzi at the Mini Cave
One can notice the small opening of the cave from the image above, that is where the waterfalls which I feature in my previous post is falling. Above and on top of this cave is where the machines located which operates the waterfalls, if I am not mistaken. Just so, I was wondering how the waters and stuff works to have these waterfalls, jacuzzi and more. Are atv winch or electric winches being used for these?
Moreover, this is the jacuzzi above where my friend really enjoyed much.
Pardon with my images. I just love tweaking them myself. LOL!
Aside from the The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant: Swimming Pool Slide which I loved when I and a friend visited the resort, the waterfalls also caught my attention.
The waterfall is just enough for the two swimming pools – it is not too big, not too high.
Above the waterfall is mini man-made aquatic floral ecosystem. But below and inside the waterfall is a mini cave where one can find a jacuzzi where one can enjoy at.
I will just share on my next post the jacuzzi at The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant. Though we didn’t enjoyed it much since we just took and had a pictorials inside the mini-cave. But at least, we still enjoyed the place.
Every time I go to resorts especially for the very first time, I almost always check for the swimming pool slide and even try it for myself. And the Bambulo Resort and Restaurant‘s Swimming Pool Slide was not an exemption on this during our visit at the place.
Take a look at these pictures I took at the Bambulo Resort and Restaurant‘s Swimming Pool Slide.
This is the front view of the swimming pool slide. Actually, the Bambulo Resort and Restaurant has only two (2) swimming pool – one for the adults and the other for the kids. The pool slide is situated at the adult swimming pool.
The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant: Swimming Pool Slide
This image above is what one can see and must-experience pool slide at the Bambulo Resort and Restaurant. I can’t exactly describe how it looked like but I am pretty sure that, though it is not too high, it still kind of an adrenaline excitement pool slide.
If you happen to visit The Bambulo Resort and Restaurant, never hesitate to try their Swimming Pool Slide.