We have never been to Fun Ranch so I decided to give it a try. So we got ready and headed there at 1030am to avoid the scorching heat of the sun. Unfortunately, it was still closed! They open at 12noon. But that didn’t stop us from having fun.
The kids made the most out of it. Even if the rides were closed, they still enjoyed themselves.
When it was getting hot a bit, we went inside the office which was already open at 11am. We inquired how much their rates were for events. Inside this reservations office was a small play area with a playhouse, foam mats, at other stuff kids could play with. We let the kids stay here for another 30 minutes before we went home.
Fun Ranch closes at 9pm. If I’m not mistaken, it costs P290 per child to be able to go on the rides. They have a carousel, bump cars, ferris wheel, caterpillar, and a lot more. The indoor play area has a different rate. From what I saw, this place is best for kids 2 yrs. old and up. Babies might not enjoy it as much and might be too hot for them to stay outdoors.
We’ll definitely go back to try out the whole experience.
But nonetheless, the kids definitely had a wonderful time on this particular morning!
To top it off, we didn’t have to pay for anything 😛
Similar to the cake pops you see or some call it lollicakes, I saw cheesecake pops. Saw this in the food bazaar at the lower ground of Rockwell.
They sold different flavors. It was pretty good. At least, you won’t have to eat an entire slice when you’re craving for cheesecake. Although it melts and gets deformed right away so make sure you don’t put it in your bag (which is what I did).
I forgot the name of the stall but you’ll find them right away, they’re the only ones selling cheesecake pops.
I’ve been contemplating on buying a playhouse for my girls for months now. I know they’d really enjoy it but on the other hand, I’m thinking it won’t last long as they’d be taller in a couple of years and won’t fit inside. Then that’s 30,000Php down the drain!
I then realized I had a closet we could convert into a playhouse. This way, even if they grow a bit taller, they’d still fit inside. Then if they grow out of the playhouse phase, I can turn it back into a real closet.
First problem: Relocate all the stuff in the closet. This made me clean up my own closet to make space. At least it did me good 🙂
Then I got materials:
Wallpaper-P100+ per roll at ACE hardware
Drapes-P60/yard at Fabric Warehouse (total 2 yards)
Window Sticker-P90/sheet at Adworks Grafx on Escriva Drive.
So there you have it, our little project. It serves as a playhouse for the girls and their dolls. I just put their dresser, cooking set, kitchen set, and other toys inside.
Maybe you could also try doing your own playhouse 🙂
So today, I’m taking on the challenge of losing all the pre-pregnancy weight. Like most young moms, this is one of the number 1 issues. I’ve been saying this for more than a year now…but this time, I’m hoping it will happen! They say it takes you 9 months to get big, so it’ll take 9 months to get back in shape. Unfortunately, this didn’t hold true for me
First, I plan to remove rice from my diet.
Subway has daily sub meals for only P99 and even has a P69 sandwich for the season.
Another thing I’ll start doing is to attend Bikram Yoga regularly, at least 4x/week which eventually should lead to 6-7x/week (Oh, so help me God!).
I’ll be posting updates on a weekly basis.
I wonder how long it’ll take to shed 15-20lbs…Wish me Luck!!!