Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Provincial Capitol of Sarangani

Posted by The Queen Bee at Wednesday, June 16, 2010

The start of this month proved to be a mad ride for me. To start the month, I together with some co-workers traveled to General Santos City on the 2nd day of June to participate in our company's National Sportsfest. After more than two hours of land trip, we reached General Santos and was greeted by the scorching and torturous heat of the Gensan sun. We took our breakfast and shortly after, we are on the road again to do our practice at the Alabel Capitol Gym. It was an added torture that there was power outage just when we began sweating it out for the practice.

It was surprising to see Sarangani's beautiful Provincial capitol because honestly, we were not expecting to see such structure in the middle of a rural setting. It felt like we were in some place in Europe with both the beautiful architectural structure and the landscapes. When we arrived on the first day, we vowed to have our pictures taken but doing that on the day of the opening was just impossible. So when time for cleaning up the venue came, we took time to stroll around the place and finally take a souvenir photo.

And like its Provincial Capitol, Sarangani is a host to a hundred more beautiful reasons why one must visit this place. I would have wanted to visit the beaches in Gumasa which is dubbed to be like that of Boracay twenty years ago but just didn't have the energy to do that anymore. I feel blessed that I live in Davao City and that I could have the luxury of going there since it is only a few hours drive from here. One more thing, Sarangani is where Manny Pacquiao ran for a seat in congress and fortunately won in the recent elections.

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