With the upgrade of tropical depression Chedeng to a possible super typhoon, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical & Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) expects the end of summer and start of the long rainy season. But we have already enjoyed summer to its fullest and we’re ready to bid goodbye.
The kids can now swim on deep waters without an adult companion and perhaps the staff of Pina Colina Resort have had enough of us that they almost don’t charge us the usual day tour fee
We have treated ourselves enough with homegrown green mangoes and homemade suman kamoteng kahoy and halo-halo.
As we always say, “Summer is kind of like the ultimate one-night stand: hot as hell, totally thrilling, and gone before you know it.”
So goodbye Summer 2011. See you again next year.
But for those who are still in the planning stage, you may want to check these most visited Philippine Summer Destinations: