Finally! Here is the second part of the Laguna Road Trip that I had with my food trip buddies a few weeks ago to celebrate a friend’s birthday. In the first post of this two-part series, I shared with you guys how we had impromptu stopovers on our way to Sol Y Viento Hotels and Resort in Laguna. It was a fun road trip, and a good excuse to test-run our friend’s new car (which, by the way, is interestedly named Martha).
This roadtrip to Laguna has made me think about how this place offers a much better quality of life, compared to living in cramped spaces in Metro Manila. If you think about it, there are a lot of great residential areas here – such as Camella Lessandra Calamba. I wouldn’t mind living and working here, actually!
A Quick Staycation at Sol Y Viento
Sol Y Viento is a mountain hot-springs resort at Calamba, Laguna run by the University of Perpetual Help System. “Sol Y Viento” is a Spanish phrase which literally translates to “Sun and Wind” in English (if my Spanish classes served me right) and as the name suggests, you’ll get to enjoy the “sun and the winds of the Southern highlands”. And it was true, the sun shone gloriously during our stay, there was a steady breeze, and its location gave us a good view of the mountains of Laguna.