A Cebuana globe trotter , gourmand and chef following her…
Bunzie’s Cove is just a respite from everything. Once we had already settled on the villa with our things, we had already agreed on where we will be sleeping at night. CJ and Glister chose the mezzanine floor while Aleah chose the Master’s Bedroom. Me and Clarissa actually opted for the room on the “basement” but technically just below the main living room.
In Bunzie’s Cove, the surroundings even at night time evokes a feeling of serenity. It has been my calm refuge with all the chaos I had experienced. For once in my life, everything made sense. I was able to find the peace I was looking for all this time. They say, the beach house was made by the owners as their vacation house, but for me, it was a reminder that the everything in life will make sense once you step back and call it enough.
The villas, or beach houses as they are fondly known in Bunzie’s Cove, have a different ambiance for each of them. No single one has the same look and feel. It is a different experience altogether. What I love about these houses is that, art works are all over the place.
The Villa (the main house) is perfect for friends or families looking for a quiet place to stay for the weekend. It has a distinctive Asian decor, with each room offering a balcony complete with room amenities and modern conveniences.
The Apartment in Bunzie’s Cove is located near the main villa on the north side of the cove. It has one queen-sized bed and two single beds, accommodating a maximum of four persons. It has its own kitchen, dining area, and lounge area, perfect for a relaxing day away from the city.
Located near the swimming pool with an outdoor kitchen and dining area, the Lookout provides panoramic views of the ocean. The Lookout can accommodate 10 persons — there are two floors (Lookout Up and Lookout Down), each with its own separate entrance and two queen-sized beds.
I felt that when I went inside the main house, everything screams art and it comforted me since I am able to harness my creative juices altogether and make content that are not hurried and forced.
With fellow bloggers who also had the knack for creatives, we all found our selves in the confines of the villa savoring the beauty of the seas and the positive aura it brings. We had ventured on the other side of Tabogon, and had been pretty awed by the hidden jewels we discovered (Headless Virgin and the Capitancillo Islet). Will write about it in a different journal on this travel blog.
This event has been one of the best things that highlighted my year. It paved the way for me to realize these things:
- IT is OKAY to travel with friends to heal. It may be a bit of awkward at first but hey, you won’t know how they will react not unless you open up a bit.
- Breathe in and enjoy the view. You only live ONCE.
- Take it one day at a time. Baby Steps.
- Save up ahead of time for your travel gear. You wouldn’t want to travel without the essentials, right?
- Make memories more than taking photos.
See you in the great outdoors! 🙂