Bubi Blocks, SM Tarlac. For kids who love building blocks, this play area costs 85 (or 80) pesos for 30 minutes. Tsk. Too much. =( Just buy your own blocks and stay at home! haha He won’t be playing there again. =)
The need to place toddlers somewhere while people shop has been a great demand lately. In malls, there are around 10 stalls/amusement places for kids to go to like Tom’s World, motorcycle rentals, carousels, trampolines, car rentals, blocks to play with, and many more. It’s actually sad that this is happening. Families usually go together… Read More
This is my new favorite place to eat in Tarlac. Every food is tasty! There are those restaurants who offer different dishes with almost the same taste, but Dampa serves every dish with a distinct, savory taste. I like how generous their servings are. One order of Crispy pata is almost good for 3-4 people.… Read More
If you are a visitor and would ask Tarlaquenos to bring you to the best place in Tarlac where you could eat, they’ll always lead you to Victor’s. This dampa style grill is famous for their SISIS and papaitan. I am not a fan of both sisig and papaitan, but I love eating at Victor’s because… Read More
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Tarlac Recreational Park website: http://tarlac-recreational-park.com With my ever faithful and favorite subject/model(Jacob). haha…”Mommy, picture tayo dito.” How to get there: Google map Check out Biyahe Ni Drew’s Things To Do in Tarlac
If you are a tourist in the Philippines, you’ve probably heard bells ring or horns honk in the streets around 3 to 4 tines a day. These sounds or sometimes, musical carts, are from vendors trying to tell the kids they’re coming so they’d better prepare their coins. Parents would then rush to their wallets to prepare the… Read More
I was in 7-Eleven the other day and found out that a small pack of Lay’s costs 140 pesos!!! =) In Jeddah, it costs around 2 riyals.