Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, our second pit stop. It is located in Bo. Pagasa, Bagac, Bataan. I must admit the road leading to this rustic place is quite deceiving. We had to weave through narrow residential streets before we came face-to-face with an imposing fortress-like wall.
But, boy, was it worth it. See for yourself.
Night time is just as awesome. It's a sight to behold.
It felt like we were transported back in time. The houses were dated centuries old. Some were even owned by Philippine heroes. And the materials they were made of were incredibly intricate. So much artistry and craftsmanship.
All the restored houses, now called Casas, can be booked for the whole family. For those who aren't very comfortable with the idea of sleeping in really old houses, a replica of an old hotel in Escolta. Everything in here is new.
Of course, we had to take photographs of ourselves also.
And played, too.We goofed with the kids in the plaza.
Ah, what else can you ask for. We left bursting with happiness.
(Photo Credits: Tyrone Arreglo)