Now, the continuation of our trip to Villa Escuedero. And the main purpose was to go swimming. And here we are.
Although we were starving, the lunch were not ready yet, but the kids did not mind at all. All they care about was swimming. So grandma have to be with them too! Swimming pool for small children:)
But my fifth grandson was not afraid to be in the deep swimming pool together with his dad.
There are slides too!
Me and my son enjoying the Jacussi! My, the water was hot and it was so good for my aging body.
But no food, no play. Time for lunch! We have to go to the ...
Lunch is served on bamboo dining tables set in a few inches of crystalline running water from the falls. The experience of dining on delicious local dishes with the sparkling waterfalls as a backdrop with clear spring water running over your feet is a truly singular and memorable experience only Villa Escudero can offer.
And here are the menu for the day! Eat all you can.
And the man made waterfalls
The young ones and the young once!
The bamboo dining tables...
My son touching the water if it was warm enough...
But I believed he was more hungry!
This is their souvenir shop. We didn't buy anything. The kids just want to be in the water.
And we didn't have time to see the show either. Anyway, this is one of the highlights there.
After lunch, guests have the opportunity to watch the Philippine Experience Show where the country's rich culture comes to life, from its ethnic diversity to its colonial legacy. The dances were painstakingly recreated by the late National Artist for Dance Ramon Obusan of the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Mr. Obusan's insistence on authenticity sets this show, performed by resort employees and accompanied by the resort's own musicians and rondalla ensemble, makes this show a far cry from the stylized performances one sees today. (Fridays-Sundays/Holidays only)
Now time to go home. We were all tired and we were just wating for the carabao carriage.
Oh my, my second daughter found out that Medusa turned the carabao into stone too! I suppose we have to walk to the entrance....
Just joking :) Anyway we all had a good time. Until next time again:)