” The clouds seems like dancing. Let’s take a walk ! ”
Perhaps, waterfalls is not an ordinary destination for spending leisure time for some Filipino natives. In fact, our archipelago is covered by numerous waterfalls. Where thick and tusks of green grass, rock formations and bluish lagoon amidst mountains were splendidly combined to satisfy our own wander lust.
I will personally recommend to all who wants to taste serenity to try one of this amazing waterfall I’ve visited recently with my family. NALALATA FALLS. This is located at Bula, Camarines Sur (Bicol Region), just 2 hours away from Naga City (Capital). If you’re still calculating the distance and kilometers away from your town and solidify boring classroom or sluggish office aura. How about using your ultimate bestfriend…Google map.
Well, I believe you’re also wondering why the place is so called- Nalalata Falls. Hmmmm…in my own point of view, it is somehow named Nalalata because of its “canned-shape-container”. You can visualize it once your feet are rooted at the center of the amazing plateau of the place. Then, look up and gaze the mossy-green-trees swaying with a lovely breeze. Make a paronama view, 36o degrees as exact. Eureka!
Here are some the captured photos. Hope to see you smilling!
(Credit: Cousin Ever for the astonishing lively captured photos. )
It’s your chance to take your selfie-shots. Weird. Kinesthetic. Jump shot. Girly stuff. It’s your choice. Nature will be your beauty-laden background.
At the end. We’re all an amazing sculptures by God, waiting to be placed at our own zenith. High up to the sky, to the deepest of the ocean, and to the wondrous love of family. This place is a slice of heaven.