Warrior Spring Resort: Soldiers' Backyard Jacuzzi!
|Burauen, Leyte Catholic Parish and Plaza (Photo Credits to I love Burauen Facebook page). The town is just 45 minutes away from Tacloban City through Tanauan - Dagami - Burauen Road.|
The land of springs.
|Warrior Spring Resort at Barangay Abuyogon, Burauen, Leyte. The place can be reached through Burauen - Albuera Road from the town center of Burauen.|
Behind an army camp.
Barely ten minutes from the center of the Municipality of Burauen, on the way to the town of Albuera, in Barangay Abuyogon, the 802nd Infantry Battalion camp of the Armed Forces of the Philippines is located. Behind it is where a spring with clear and cool waters perpetually flow. Warrior Spring Resort isn't actually a resort that you'd usually go to. It is just a rocky river with some make-shift huts on the banks where you can camp along with your buddies, you will also have to bring your own food and other needs. Because of the boulders and rocks, it can also be quite hazardous to bring kids along. The current though is not that strong, just enough for you to sit on the rocks and let the water rush on your back and give you somewhat a massage and/or Jacuzzi. Something our soldiers need after some action with insurgencies etc.
|Went with High School friends on April 9, 2015, National Day of Valor Holiday.|
Cool and relaxing.
|A friend having a great time with the natural Jacuzzi.|
|Many people were already there when we arrived, so we went further upstream to get own secluded chill-spot.|
|From left, Jeffrey, Dennis, Joejen, and Me. Aled took the photo. Warriors Spring Resort, Burauen, Leyte, April 9, 2015.|