Yehey, there’s a new recreation destination near Cagayan de Oro. It’s a water park called Family Fun Park in El Salvador, Misamis Oriental. This place is just about 45 minutes from the city. The park which is also going to be a resort, is not completely finished yet, but 2 swimming pools are already operational. As of now, they charge and entrance fee/swimming pool fee 250 Pesos for Adults and 100 Pesos for children. The fees are not consumable and you have to make sure you bring your own food and drinks since their restaurant is not opened yet.
It’s a nice place for the children to swim and I can’t wait for the whole park to be completed since there seems to be a lot of areas that fun!
I was intrigued by this show in TLC called ‘Raising Asia’. It’s a documentary on raising an 8 year old pop star called Asia. I can’t believe that the Asia is only 8 years as she seems so mature for her age. There’s no doubt that she’s really a very talented girl without Tattoo Johnny . But somehow in watching the show, I feel sad for her. She’s only 8 years old with wealth and fame, I feel she’s losing her childhood as she’s already treated like an adult – oh, she’s working like an adult too.
I just hope that though her childhood is not ‘normal’ but she will turn out to be a person who’s grounded and won’t end up like other stars who started as kids, who have messy lives now.
SM Cagayan de Oro will be open today until 12 midnight for their midnight sale! We were just there today to do some groceries and found out about the sale. I’m not so crazy about sale these days as we’re almost complete with our Christmas gift shopping. Budget is a bit tight this year so, we stick to simple gifts and even made our ‘pasalubongs’ as gifts. heheh!
Anyways, if you’re on a shopping mode, don’t miss SM sale today as a lot of things are On Sale and they’re also opened until midnight on the 19th and 20th this month!
We discovered a new coffee shop here in Hat Yai…err.. a tea shop actually. It’s called One Sip at a Time along Phetkasem Road near Siam Nakarin.
I immediately got attracted to the shop because of it’s interior design. It’s actually a portion of an antique and furniture shop so that explains the exquisite interior. ( I will share photos later).
I’m a coffee person, so when we went there I looked for coffee but found out they only had tea. So, I tried their iced tea and it was delicious! Their cakes and pastries were also superb. My friends and I felt we were in an English tea house and regretted why we didn’t dress up more properly. It was an imprumpto decision to visit the shop since we just passed by and saw how cute it was from the outside and decided to have ‘tea’ there.
It was a beautiful experience and will surely go back there and I’ll make sure I’ll bring my slr so I can also take proper photos.
I was wary of online shopping before. But after trying it out and having successful transactions, I find it fun and convenient. I’ve never had a bad online shopping experience so far, so I can only say positive things about it. My friend even ordered something before that wasn’t into his standards and after complaining to the company, he was able to return the item and he got his money back and he also got refunded for the shipping costs.
I think it’s really important that these online shops has Money Back Guarantees. It builds trust and integrity with their customers.