If you’re looking for a beach resort along the coast line in the southern part of Iloilo, Lou Franz Beach Resort is definitely worth a try. It’s situated in Brgy. Barroc, Tigbauan, Iloilo, so it’s very much accessible if you’re looking for a resort somewhere in the vicinity of the towns of Oton, Tigbauan, Guimbal, or Miag-ao, for family or barkada gatherings and/or events.
Amenities in the resort include pingpong table, videoke, etc.
I’m not particular with the rates yet, but for anyone interested, do drop a line in the comments below and together we’ll know the details.
More pictures will be posted over at the Deuts.NET Gallery soon.
Contact Lou Franz Beach Resort
Contact numbers: Tel. # (033) 511-7703
Cell #s: +63-908-245-3820 (smart); +63-927-447-9885 (globe)
What better way to describe my beloved home province, Iloilo, than by pictures.
Included in the gallery are:
- University of the Philippines in the Visayas Main Building – it was once a city hall donated by the city governement to the institution;
- Deco’s La Paz Batchoy – the first thing that comes in to mind when you say “Iloilo”, the special La Paz Batchoy;
- Jaro Cathedral – Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria;
- Jaro Cathedral Belfry – it’s standing alone in the plaza, separate from the Cathedral structure;
- Lou Franz Beach Resort – I still have to make a separate post regarding this. Watch out for that soon;
- Miag-ao Church – one of the world’s heritage site in the Philippines;
- Tigbauan Church – and the famous mosaic inside the church.
Got to visit Surigao and Palawan recently for a business trip. To make good on my promise, I brought prime lenses only in those two places: the Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM and its younger brother, the Canon EF 28mm f/1.8 USM lenses.
Visit my flickr account for more pictures.
Did really miss shooting for the last three weeks because of the busy schedule. During which time, my camera was not even out of the bag, thus the house. Really have a lot of catching up to do.
Below are the latest photos I had during my travel around the metro:
Professional photographers would agree that they like shooting outdoors after the rain. For one, the wet roads and pavements add saturation to the background.
Metaphorically speaking, the rain symbolizes a blessing (oops, but not the typhoon!), and it brings cold air to the naturally hot place like Makati.
Even before the final round started, the current world’s youngest GM was already the sure winner. As promised, here’s the final standings and the gallery of pictures I took during the 11th and final round of the tournament.