Hey guys! *wave*
Right now, we’re all gathered watching the Presidential Debate which is really, really on fire. We all know it’s not going according to rules and almost no one listens to Luchi Cruz Valdez anymore, it’s all ad hominem and no one stays on topic, but let’s admit that this is the debate we’ve been wanting to hear. Or at least it’s what I want to hear!
Anyway, I decided to write a short blog entry during the commercial break. Actually, this is a long-delayed one. I’ve been telling you about my friend’s wedding in Kidapawan. It was a lovely, lovely wedding and a huge part of its success is the venue.
When JM invited us to her wedding, none of us knew where Sitio Maupot was. It was the first time we’ve ever heard of the place so, of course, we researched. I found the website of Sitio Maupot Family Resort and oooh it did look promising! (It was a pity they weren’t renting out rooms yet as the resort is still new so we chose to stay overnight in Hof Mansion Inn — which was not a bad decision, by the way!)
But the awesome pictures shown in Sitio Maupot Family Resort’s website weren’t a match for the actual view that awaits you. Even I wasn’t expecting it to be that beautiful.
I only brought my phone with me (before I lost my Huawei Honor 4c) — and an Instax wide — so these pictures aren’t gonna do much justice to the place, to be honest. But I’ll still try my best! Here you go:
Sitio Maupot Family Resort is located in the town of Magpet which is just around 20 minutes from Kidapawan proper. It’s also situated on the mountains (if I’m correct) so the weather is cool there. It’s quiet because it’s away from the city so it’s perfect for quiet time. At the same time, it’s also a cool venue for events like weddings! If ever I find myself in Kidapawan or North Cotabato again, I’ll surely revisit this resort.
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