Wawa Dam, Montalban, Rizal

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(From Kaye's S5. A+ for photo quality. Seriously!) 

(The obligatory tourist shot.)

My friends and I went on another adventure while we still can, since this might just be the last time we get to do so as I'm done with my academics and I'm finally flying home next week. *cries*
Kaye was able to come across a blog post about Wawa Dam days before we went and showed it to us, and since it wasn't too far from Manila, we thought why not? It took us roughly two hours to get to the Dam. Was it worth it? Honestly, it was disappointing. Perhaps it was because it rained hard the day before we went there, which was why the water wasn't clear. Aside from that, there weren't benches to sit on, and when we did find a bamboo bench and table, we were told that we had to pay a hundred to rent the "cottage". We were ready to leave after that, thankfully, when we asked the locals what else there is to do in the area, we found out there was a waterfall nearby, and so we went, but that deserves a separate blog post. :)

Anyway, Wawa Dam wasn't entirely bad. As you can see, we took advantage of the photogenic tunnel-like way going to the Dam. We had to be quick though to avoid unwanted photobombers

This trip was budget friendly. We spent less than 300 pesos:
50 - Cubao to Eastwood (Rizal) via FX
10 - Eastwood to Wawa via Tricycle
(the rest for food and drinks + Ishaq having to buy slippers because he wore shoes haha)

Photos by Michelle Neri, Kaye Nesas, and Ishaq Estero

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