). I was advised by my client that it's been raining for almost the whole week .We decided to spend the evening at my Kumpare's house in Batangas..It was indeed raining the whole Wednesday.. thinking of my car coding the next day (Thursday) I told my wife that we better be in Manila at least in the evening (after the coding hours), my hope is still high that the sun will somehow peek for at least the whole afternoon...High hopes! It was quite a drizzle in the morning but after seeing a glimpse of Haring Araw ... my prayers are indeed answered!
1. Lake Calibato
Lake Calibato is one of the 7 crater lakes collectively called "Pitong Lawa" or Seven Lakes of San Pablo in Laguna. The lake is situated in Brgy. Sto. Angel in San Pablo City. Calibato has an area of 42 hectares and maximum depth of 135 meters. Calibato's greatest volume of water in storage is approximately 29,600 cubic meters. Its supplies the city and nearby towns with abundant fish abundant plant and fish life. The lake is the deepest recorded among the seven-lake system; no recorded depths available for lakes Yambo and Muhikap.
Pandin has an area of 20.5 hectares and a maximum depth of 63 meters. It has a calculated volume of 6,600 cubic meters of water in storage.
Pandin is considered oligotrophic because of the abundant plant and fish life.
Yambo has a normal surface area of 28.5 hectares.
Pandin, like Yambo is considered oligotrophic, and is suitable for swimming, outings and picnics.
Lake Palakpakin is part of the Seven Lakes of San Pablo system in Laguna, Philippines. Palakpakin is located in Brgy. San Buenaventura, San Pablo City is similar to Sampalok Lake. With an area of 43 hectares, it has a maximum depth of 7.5 meters.Residents around the lake rely on income from fishpens and fishcages that grow cultured tilapia and silver carps.
Lake Muhikap (more commonly spelled as Mohicap or Mojicap) is one of the seven lakes of San Pablo City, in the province of Laguna, Philippines. The lake which is located in Brgy. Sta. Catalina has an area of 14.5 hectares (36 acres) lake, and it is one of the main suppliers of water in the city. The waters of San Pablo Lakes provide a generous source of tilapia for Metro Manila and suburbs.
Lake Bunot is one of the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, Laguna. It is located in Brgy. Concepcion, San Pablo City. Only 4.5 km from the city proper, Bunot is known for its cultured tilapia and fishpens for Nilotica fingerlings. Bunot has a normal surface area of 30.5 hectares with a maximum depth of 23 meter.
Bunot is a convenient site for picnics. It is a real haven for nature lovers. Ideal for swimming and relaxation.7.Lake Sampalok
Lake Sampaloc is an inactive volcanic maar on the island of Luzon, the Philippines.It is the largest of the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, Laguna. Nearly half of the lake's depth has a shallow depression at the lake's bottom, indicating its volcanic origin. The lake is located behind San Pablo city hall and is dotted with fishpens and small cottages built on stilts.*thanks to my Kumpare ,kay Haring Araw & God for the safe trip
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