Drone Footage of Escala's Fishpond
With a drone, seeing the view from above makes a lot of difference when visiting a certain place. Drone footages will give another persepective, making the place more interesting. Just like this fishpond which we visited over the weekend. We intentionally brought a drone because we had visited this fishpond before and we went there without even documenting this nice place.
For me, it has been a peaceful spot, a little secluded from the road thus giving us no other noise but the sound of the chickens, the birds, and the water flowing. The water that's in the fishpond is coming from a spring and thus making their Tilapia surprisingly without this muddy smell. I like how they set up around four to five ponds, they separated their red and black tilapias too.
I had always wanted to come back here because my husband loves fishing and they said the Tilapias here are clever that whenever someone tries to catch, they won't eat the bait.
Thankfully, we came a little earlier so they didn't feed the Tilapias yet. When they were already very hungry, they started eating the bait and thus we got a few big Tilapias. Most of our catch were small ones but they are still good when deep fried.
My husband surely enjoyed the activity and said he will come back again in the near future and was even encouraged to also make his own fishpond!
That's all for today!
J U N E B R I D E
Boholana | Cebu | Philippines | Travel | Photography Enthusiast | Calligraphy | Art
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