So I am finally posting about my zipline adventure. The Dahilayan Zipline is the longest dual zipline in Asia, so I have to congratulate myself for braving it!
We bought tickets for “ride all”–we could do the two ziplines!
Everybody’s strapped- including the kids! This is the shorter zipline
Do I look nervous? I am shaking! LOL!
That’s me and Joey… I was lagging behind because I am not as heavy as him! Haha!
Here comes my Pop and Roi!
Off we went to the Dual Zipline station!
The road was bumpy and hilly, making us more excited for the adventure that awaited us!
This nice lady helped us in the strapping. She was very assuring that we were not going to die! LOL!
A pose before we fly! weee!
Ria getting ready for her flight with Tita Reyna. At this point my hands were getting all sweaty!
And off they went!
I was meaning to take a video of my ride but when I checked my camera, I was not able to press “record” . I was so bummed!! But it was one of the greatest experiences of my life. At Dahilayan, I was able to conquer my fear of heights!
The proof? I would be happy to do it all over again!
For more information about Dahilayan Adventure Park, you can visit this site.
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I have seen posts about Dahilayan Adventure Park on facebook. Since we are out of the country, I was just silently wishing I could somehow set foot on this new tourist spot right in our very own province– Bukidnon, Philippines. As if reading my mind, my younger sister made reservations for an overnight stay there after they’ve fetched us from the Cagayan de Oro airport! I was ecstatic.
We had to pass by the Del Monte pineapple plantation-- it was a cloudy afternoon then.
Our cottage. It was so beautiful inside as it is outside! I wish I could stay there for a couple more days but...
Back view of our cottage-- or should I say house?
The cottage costs 7,000 PhP (around 175 USD) for one night but it could accomodate a whole family. It had two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and two toilets.
The living room
The terrace overlooking the gorgeous view of mountains, hills and lots of greens!
Caught in the act: two domestic divas in the kitchen!
Ok, will leave you hanging there… will do more posts about our unforgettable Dahilayan adventure. For the first time (and I don’t think it would be the last), I survived the zipline. It’s said to be the longest dual zipline in Asia. For the record, I wasn’t that at all scared!
Ok, this post is long overdue. I should start by writing a post about our trip to Pattaya City. It was a rather short break, but very well spent. We left Bangkok around 7:30 in the morning, and headed for this beach destination that’s about 2 and a half hours away.
We checked in the hotel first…
…and off we went to explore the city.
The left side is a very long and narrow highway, with lots of shops, hotels, bikes, cars and motorbikes for rent. The left side would be the beach.
Rows and rows of beach umbrellas and beach chairs with tables are there. Chairs can be rented for 40 THB (1.30 USD) for the whole day. We had lunch there and the fresh seafood were just a treat!
Kids had a blast!
Jump shot! Weee!
That’s not me! I wonder how I’d fare with Parasailing?
We went to Silver Lake after our time at the beach. That will be for next post!