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Inflatable Island Trip2018年1月10日

Are playgrounds just for kids? Certainly, this floating playground is not.

It took us 5 hours to reach our destination the Inflatable island in Subic Zambales.

May of this year when I went on a trip to experience one of the biggest inflatable playground in Asia.

This is also part of birthday celebration of one of our students and for teacher Amber.

Inflatable Island is one of its kind in the Philippines. It is loaded of fun and challenging obstacles, such as trampolines, slides, monkey bars and the most exciting for us ( not sure if the others would agree with me, lol) their Human launcher.

 

There’s also a  Bali inspired lounge area, Bean bags by the beach!

You can relax here while watching others play.

Here we go!

Helpful staff and lifesavers are ready to assist you both at the floating playground area or at the shore.

This is the starting point of the floating playground. We tried obstacles courses which are, the giant swing and slide, the trampoline which is by the way an exhausting part for me, though I enjoyed it, the Human launcher, and do a rock climbing the inflatable way.

Here we go!

Helpful staff and lifesavers are ready to assist you both at the floating playground area or at the shore.

This is the starting point of the floating playground. We tried obstacles courses which are, the giant swing and slide, the trampoline which is by the way an exhausting part for me, though I enjoyed it, the Human launcher, and do a rock climbing the inflatable way.

Waiting for our turn in Giant swing and slide.

 

Are you sure you want to do this? Yes definitely!

Rika and teacher Amber looking at The big freaking blob and slide.

 

We spent few hours in the playground, like probably an hour or two, in here we’re just enjoying the water and the good weather.

We had dinner at Moderno food park in San Fernando, Pampanga.

Food park is an alternative destination to shift away from the mall culture and try a variety of food. There is a stall wherein  you can make your own pizza, cool right? There’s one that serves sushi,  the other offers steak, there’s also a stall that sells street food like chicken skin, not so healthy but it’s tasty.

Cheers to exciting new experiences!

See you here in F2F

 

 

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