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Newest Ride in Enchanted Kingdom at 17

0Disk-O-Magic It’s definitely a spinning and rocking experience! That’s the Disk-O-Magic ride of Enchanted Kingdom (or EK), its newest attraction launched coinciding with its 17th anniversary celebration. The seats allowed me and my friends to face the park during the ride. We could move our arms and legs freely because the safety bar supporting our […]

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Nuvali Greens and Patches

2  I’ve always wanted to experience fruit and vegetable picking. So right after our adventure at Nuvali Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary, we went straight to Nuvali Greens and Patches.  It’s a 3-hectare nursery and demo farm. Before we could enter, we had to go through the maze garden which was an actual fun maze that […]

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Nuvali Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary

9After the visit at Evoliving Center, our adventure continues at Nuvali Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary. It’s best you go here early in the morning between 6AM and 9AM or late in the afternoon past 4PM because during these times, the birds are usually in the trees. If you have binoculars, bring them. There’s a trail […]

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Nuvali Evoliving Center

1  Outdoor fun and adventure come your way in Sta. Rosa City, Laguna when you visit Nuvali. Prepare your cameras because there’s a lot of clicking awaiting you at Nuvali Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary and Nuvali Greens and Patches. Get ready to see different kinds of birds up close and experience harvesting fruits and vegetables. […]

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Pig Out

2 Note: As of 2014, Pig-Out has been replaced by another restaurant. I’m keeping this article as reference. Yummy Filipino food and some Asian fusion are some of the things I salivate about when thinking of Pig Out. It’s something to look forward to during stop-overs to Tagaytay. “Pig Out! Your Family Grill House” stands out […]

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Museo de Santa Rosa

0Blast from the City of Sta. Rosa’s past. It was like stepping into a house from the Spanish era. The walls, the colors, the wooden floor. There’s that flat iron where you put charcoal to heat it. Hmm, if I use that today, my clothes would smell like smoke or maybe I’d smell like a […]

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