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Click here to read page 1 of this post. Flying Fiesta at Enchanted Kingdom . If you are afraid of heights, be prepared to get dizzy. Inside Rialto Theater. It took us more than an hour to go inside. The line was so full of people but it was worth the wait. The movie was a musical of Rio, the animated film and there were lots of bubble effects, rocking chairs, and spraying of water. Tried the hoops but I guess we were just not lucky that day. This trip gave the two of us a chance to bond together. It was a chilling night after the rain...

It was an unforgettable day for me and my daughter when were given the chance of tagging along with Goldilocks and all its beloved employees on its 50th Birthday celebration in Enchanted Kingdom. It was only then I realized how big this company is and how it has kept its employees loyal. We felt the excitement of the people in there, right from when we waited for our service bus to leave Manila till when it was time to go home from Enchanted Kingdom. It was almost a 2 hour drive from Manila to Enchanted Kingdom in Laguna but it was made...

We’ve recently discovered a new cafe ( I am not sure how new it is though since we haven’t been to Promenade for a long time ) and it’s called Aquatica Cafe. It’s located in ground floor of Promenade in Greenhills. Greenhills is my husband’s candyland of StarWars toys. Finding Dory in Aquatica Cafe , she’s so difficult to capture with the camera, you know! It seemed like she was really hiding from us. Yes, that’s Nemo ! I was just so delighted to find this cafe because it was quite unique because...

KidZania is a dreamland for kids, and the good thing is that when they dream, all these can come true because what they do and play actually exists in the real world. We have been to Kidzania for several times (first visit and second visit) but the kids still keep on asking when they are coming back and I really can’t blame them. The good thing is Kidzania is bringing the city to other places through pop-up events like the one happening in Alabang Town Center this May 7 and 8. The Alabang Town Center Activity Center will serve as...

As parents, my husband and I always feel that it’s our moral obligation to teach our kids to be caring to Mother Earth in our own little ways. We teach them to throw away their little paper thrashes and candy wrappers in the right places, by filtering the left over food from our plates and not let them go down the drain, and to recycle as much as they can. But there are still more ways to teach little kids of what they can do to be more caring to nature and fortunately, Kidzania Manila came up with a summer program to help parents...

This summer 2016, we’ve tried a new experience with the whole extended family, a day trip in a private pool in Calamba, Laguna. It was our first time to have this kind of escapade and we all wished we stayed a little bit further. I found Casa Primera by searching for private pools in Laguna in Facebook. Their page was easy to search but we also searched for other options. Finally, after checking the photos of different Facebook pages, I decided to contact Casa Primera for their rates. What I liked initially in Casa Primera is that...

We’ve been to Tagaytay twice and we’ve checked in at the same hotel during those trips. The first was when we attended Mommy Bloggers Philippines Halloween Party at Sky Ranch and recently when my daughter had her graduation retreat in one of the retreat centers in Tagaytay. Our first stay in Destination Hotel wasn’t that good. It was a stormy day and we were tired when we checked in after a day of organizing and hosting the Halloween Party. We checked in a P3,300 a night room in Destination Hotel. It was a 30. sq.m. Superior...

We are just so happy that there’s a place here in the Philippines where we can go to and breathe clean air and feel the cool breeze even a little bit in this hot, humid season. When you start to travel early in the morning 5AM from Quezon City, you’ll get there before 8AM. 1. Affordable park to visit This is by far the most affordable stint you can do in Tagaytay in which the whole family will enjoy. We only paid P180 for the four of us including parking fee. Tagaytay Picnic Grove Fish Spa 2. Food You don’t need to worry...

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