Monday, April 25, 2011

Piña Colina, Tagaytay City ( part 2)

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After a quick Tagaytay City tour, we decided to have an impromptu picnic in the afternoon. We picked a nice spot in front of our Casita, sat in the grass and enjoyed our food and a good laugh. Nothing really fancy about the food we had that time, mostly just fruits and leftovers but we had a fantastic time.






Iced Tea with diced apples and orange wedges
















Sunday, April 17, 2011

Amana Waterpark, Pandi Bulacan


Summer family trip means swimming! We were at Amana Waterpark Resort last tuesday. We got the cottage just in front of the kiddie pool. New attractions have been added since our last visit. We were not able to use the pool with slides coz it was under renovation. The kids enjoyed the wave pool though it was jam packed with people. If you want to see photos from our last visit just click here.

Day swimming entrance fee:
Adult- php 250
children 4 ft below- php 200


Sis with the kids






Cousin Rome, Sis and I





my nephew























Jacuzzi

































Calatagan cottage ( 30 people capacity)







nieces and nephews







Group shots



Thursday, April 7, 2011

Piña Colina, Tagaytay City ( part 1)

We had a wonderful 3 days and 2 nights at Piña Colina in Tagaytay City! We were scheduled to go to White Beach,Puerto Galera but changed plans when a 5 magnitude earthquake hit Batangas City. Paranoid of tsunami, my relatives backed out so I just suggested to go to Piña Colina and explore more of Tagaytay City. I reserved for a 2 storey unit that can accomodate 10 people. The unit includes a sala, kitchen, 2 bathrooms with hot and cold shower, dining table, beds, TV and refrigerator. We brought some food and did some light cooking. The place was clean and well maintained. The staffs were very friendly and accommodating. The gardener even gave my aunt some plants. I have lots of photos to share so I'm going to make 3 separate posts for this.



Our Casita





kitchenette complete with basic cooking utensils. We used the plates provided but I brought some disposable spoons and forks and disposable cups.






Some of the food we prepared: Pancakes with blueberries, Ciabatta bread with BBQ pulled pork, Spam alfredo and grilled cheese sandwich, cucumber and raisin salad, Fried rice, tocino, salted egg with tomatoes and dried salted fish.





Pool area. Water was freezing cold!





























Chips and dips




























http://www.pinacolina.com/index.html




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