Clean and Green
When my friends invited me to Nuvali, I didn’t know what to expect. I remember passing by Nuvali years ago when some of my cousins who live in Japan arrived and visited them at their home in Sta. Rosa. But then again, we were inside the car, so I didn’t get to see the view.
Well, I was happy that my friend invited us over because Nuvali is such a lovely place. It is place where you get a breathe of fresh air which is not available in the bustling city of Manila or Makati. For someone who loves photography, it is an inspiring place to take pictures. The landscape (which I admit, I’m not yet good at in photography), the cute little children and their smiles, happy families and nature are what kept me inspired to take photos there.
We also went there to feed the fishes. Funny thing is that when people started to feed them, it might seem that they haven’t eaten for days which I extremely doubt. It seems like there are a lot of people who visits there and feed the fishes.
Take a loot at this! It seems like they are fighting for feeds. I’m actually quite scared that they might hurt themselves. Food fight! :P
School of fishes indeed! Can I just say University cause they’re a lot?! :P But I must say it felt like a little kid who enjoyed seeing these number of fishes at the surface. It’s definitely my first time to see such.
We didn’t get to experience the boat ride because we arrived quite late. As you can see, the sky is already gloomy and its nearing night time.
Nuvali is also a perfect place for runner and bikers.
We saw this cute dog while walking along Nuvali.
Isn’t nature so beautiful? I sure hope the people around would realize how wonderful it is to live in a clean and unpolluted city and take care of this. It would not stay this way if we are not disciplined enough and throw our trash where it is supposed to be, inside the thrash can. I also do hope that the other cities would get inspired by this and try to maintain their land.
I’m getting so serious :P After Nuvali, we went to a restaurant in Tagaytay. Sorry, I can’t quite remember the name of the restaurant. (Boo! To think I’m a food blogger too! hahaha) Here are some of the pictures. Sorry if this post is picture heavy.
Everything is Yum! Yum!
There was a wedding reception on going at one part of the restaurant. My friend and I peeked. :D
We climbed up the stairs to peek at the on going wedding reception.
Here’s my friend Bonna. :D
I surely enjoyed our trip. Thanks Kiko for bringing us there! :D