Canawa Spring Animation

So how did your February 14 go? Did you have a romantic date with your man or maybe received your sweet chocolates and white roses? Or maybe your man had sent out a big cuddly bear?

I had just the best hearts day of my life so far because I had spent it with James and my family. Though we were not complete that day and that the weather didn't seem to cooperate, we still managed to go on a road trip. We planned to go on tour but we cancelled it because of the bad weather. It has been raining the whole week and it wasn't a great time to start on a tour around the province.

At noon, the sun started to smile so we headed to two destinations. First we went to Canawa Spring then in Quinale Beach Resort which I will be blogging about next time, it was a not good decision though because when we reach there, the water was not good due to the rain the previous days. However, we made the best out of the trip, we had a photoshoot instead. Check how we enjoyed the multiple shots:

Notice the water current? That's how abundant the town is when it comes to water supply. This spring here has been supplying their hundred rice fields. On our way to the spring, their rice fields were obviously clean and healthy. All you can see there are green plants and green fields. Surely a great get away if you want to take a break from the city's polluted air. This reminds me of the Oslob's Calin-Ay Falls too!
There are thousands of trees surrounding the spring, notice the roots? 
Water supply!
We promised to come back if there will be a chance in the future. By that time, we will make sure the water will be clearer and cleaner. 

Entrance fee: Php 10 for adults and Php 5 for children ages 10 below

Have you been to any spring in the country? Share your experience!

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