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Alegre Beach Resort

Posted on: February 6, 2008

“Alegre” literally means happy, glad, merry, joyful, gay, cheerful, blithe, lively, jolly, cheery, hilarious, mirthful, gleeful in Spanish. Exactly the same feelings everyone in the team had when we spent 4 days and 3 nights in that resort in Sogod town, 1.5 hours north of Cebu City…. Preparations for this event caused the (in)frequency of my posts too. πŸ˜€

*Most of the shots are mine but photo credits go to …Lani Sara, Cris Factolerin, Chico Barretto, and Bronson Espinosa…

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5 Responses to "Alegre Beach Resort"

ganda pa rin talaga ng alegre!

Yes, and I love that it’s private…. πŸ˜€ Shang is just too crowded now…

Damn! It just hit me that I’m not part of morph anymore. How I miss the coolest people on the coolest company on earth. πŸ™‚

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I'm 1/5th of a party of 5 based in Cebu. I've been married to my best friend for 16 years and we dote on our 3 sons aged 15, 12, and 4.5 years old. I work in an IT company (for 3 years now) and work allows me to blog, twit, post pics, and try new tech stuff in the internet. If you happen to visit, feel free to look around. :) Or you can find me on blogspot too: http://moonlight-mom.blogspot.com/

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