Punta Fuego

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Peninsula de Punta Fuego is an 88-hectare flame-shaped peninsula in Nasugbu, Batangas. It is now a world-class residential beach resort and entrance and use of its amenities are exclusive to its members.

Our first stop was at Il Jardineto.  It is a garden restaurant located in their Lower Beach.

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While waiting for our order of fresh buko (young coconut) shake, I wandered around and took in these great views of the pool.

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I also checked their beachfront.

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And was lucky to chance on this solitary blue bird.

IMG_7109After walking around, we cooled off by having our drinks.  I found my buko shake too sweet.  I also could not tell if there’s buko meat on it.

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Afterwards, we headed to perhaps Punta Fuego’s most popular feature: the stunning Infinity pool.  But to get there, first we have to descend from these flight of stairs.

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 It was a little tiring but these amazing views are so worth the effort.

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Before heading back up, I took this shot of the building and gardens as viewed from the Infinity pool.

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This photo was taken from the top of the stairs.

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While this is from the lobby.

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Isn’t the place breathtaking?

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