This is the view from the Batis Aramin Resort & Hotel which is located just in front of Kamay ni Hesus. I grew up in a Catholic family. Aside from going to church every Sunday, once in a while, I take my faith a little bit deeper.
It was a 4 hour drive from Manila to Quezon. I worked at nights so we went there right after my shift..on my 2nd day of period LOL!!! You can only imagine the agony I went through. Anyway, it was with the whole family. It was a way to say thank you to Lord, Jesus Christ for giving my aunt another chance to live life. My aunt is a cancer survivor. She wanted us to go here so she can attend the healing mass.
Last time I wrote about how I climbed the 724 steps of Mt.Tapyas in Coron, Palawan. This time it’s more or less 300 steps. Who am I to say no? It’s the least I can do for my aunt. While climbing the stairs of Kamay ni Hesus, you will revisit the history of Jesus and the stations of the cross.
and here’s the closer view upon reaching the top.
Some say they are just statues, and statues should not be worshiped. For me, it won’t hurt to believe. We wouldn’t really know what’s true or not even if we live for 100 years. It’s a question that no one can answer.
After the climb, you can enjoy the pool in the resort. They are not strict in terms of swimwear. Too bad I was not able to enjoy the pool. But the kiddos did!
By the way you may also visit a replica of Noah’s ark in Kamay ni Hesus. It’s a mini playground for the kids and kids at heart.
Before leaving Quezon Province, do not forget to buy your Longanizang Lucban and the famous Rodilla’s yema cake. Yum!!!