Saturday, April 7, 2012

Angono Lakeside Park (Wawa)


It’s been a while since the last time I visited Angono Lakeside Park - a well known place for the natives of Angono, especially for all grown-up like me. I remember back in my childhood days, when my father always brings us here every Sunday morning to see the sun rising in the horizon of the Lake. I bet every child leaving here would agree on me. The excitement to witness the first daylight and birds flying all over the lake was shown in our faces. We call it Wawa, so once we heard about it, we make our bed early because it’s a special day.

Well, that was before, good memories from the past.

I haven’t seen it again for the longest time I’m out for work and I wonder how things are there now. Along with my sisters, we decided to roam around the town and have some stopovers, luckily got the chance to visit Wawa again – the sunset this time.

It felt like I’m a stranger in my own place as we walk on the streets heading to Lakeside Park. I was amaze with what I see few distance away – the golden sky and lots of people having fun.

It's good to be back!

Super Zoom lens. Amaze lang ako...


As I look around, all things have changed. The rough roads are now concrete, light house still there but what is missing was the long pathway heading to far side of the bay, seems like Marina. According to some authorities around the area, it was ruined by storms through the years that have passed. It feels bad for that was the area where we go fishing using our improvised fish rods.


I was trying to take a photo of the sunset while I'm waiting for my fish balls to be served but this boy suddenly stood up and took a nice shot with him on the background.

A nice view of the sunset with their love ones - Nanay, Tatay, Ate, Kuya, Bunso and playmates.

Hello birds! I haven't seen you for so long.

Wawa is still under renovation and improvements. It has lots of potentials to showcase. Authorities should know how to take care every part of it. It’s a haven for everyone to experience.

Few minutes when I took the first photo, the sun started to lose its light.
That's Indigo.

Angono Lakeside Park is located at A. Ibanez St. Brgy Poblacion Ibaba, Angono, Rizal. It's a 2 hours travel away from east of Manila. You may explore the place using your own bikes, fly your kites, play with your friends and enjoy the captivating sunset. Boats and cottages are for rent for a small fee. Food stalls are available around from variety of street foods.




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