Thank God for Rix who went with the flow of my whim to visit Nuvali, Laguna. I have long wanted to visit the place. My family of five plus two helpers trooped to the South and got some sun while we fed the perpetually hungry fish. We also rode the boat for a bit of adventure. They have a trail for bikers, too. I wish I had googled the things to do in Nuvali and visited the exhibit there. I have just been reading about feeding the koi fish and mainly enjoying the outdoors with children.
Then, Rix suddenly decided to head to Tagaytay. At first we went to People’s Park where it was crowded. We just went for a walk there, down and up the side of the mountain. Did you know that they’ve got a zipline? It has been many years since I last set foot there.
Curious about the tallest ferris wheel in the country, we drove towards Sky Ranch. A long line of people was at the ticket booth for the entrance, excluding the ride tickets. The other areas of the place were still under construction so I think it’s best to wait before visiting so one could fully enjoy the Sky Fun Park. The kids got to experience the carousel, where Cayla got scared when the ride started, and also the Sky Eye, which is the name of the ferris wheel.
Hot and hungry, we had our rest and lunch at Mushroomburger.
I have created an illustration and a little story for children, born from the idea of feeding the fish in Nuvali.
What did you think of the drawing and the poem? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments below.