If day 1 was more of “playtime,” day 2 was more like a field trip. We made a stop at Nayong Pilipino sa Clark, which is a smaller version of the Nayong Pilipino we used to know (kids, it used to stand on NAIA 3).
And because this is a field trip, dapat may national hero:
And historical landmarks:
The Barasoain Church looks real. Wait, I just realized I didn’t go inside the “church.”
The lake’s so green. It’s the tree with orange leaves that caught my attention. Love its reflection on water.
They also have an area that reminds me of Intramuros.
I hope they rebuild the old Nayong Pilipino in Pasay. I’m sure it’s gonna be a hit among tourists.
Next stop was Puregold Duty Free. 3 MUSKETEEEEEEERS! I actually found a supermarket that sells this chocolate in Manila but what the, Puregold has rows and rows of my favorite chocolate. So it still made me giddy. Hee.