we had our breakfast at the pavillon the following morning at 730am. the food was as usual, great! rice ( steam or garlic), tocino, omelet ( cooked right on the spot), dried fish, bread, hot choco, coffee, puto, tomato salad, choco porridge, hash corned beef... citrus passion or iced tea bottomless..
see the look on their faces... andrew loved the tocino and the hot choco.. of course adriel went for his favorite.. cheese omelet.
riding the carabao to the pink museum was definitely worth it. you can feel the breeze while being serenaded by the locals. children ages 7 and below are not admitted at the museum because we realized in the end that this was an antique museum.
it was kinda eerie when you enter the premise... dark, aged, smells like antique, musky... while me and andrew went inside first, the kids outside played with ro.
children taller than the mannequin will have to pay adult fare in an overnight stay.
the carabao ride was a fun experience for the kids!!! each carabao has a name like Rosalinda, Ligaya, Maganda etc... the carabao ride is made of wood with rubber tires. the guests are shaded by coconut leaves made into curtains. as you begin your journey, a filipina singer will enthrall you with her voice and an accompaniment of guitar. feel the breeze and fresh air as you travel down the road to your destination.