Here’s the continuation of the second leg of our Summer Escapade..
Our trip was in perfect timing because the Club Balai Isabel Aqua Park just opened a couple of weeks ago. We weren’t able to go the day that we arrived so we decided to go right after breakfast the next morning.
I think it’s best to there and be the first batch to come in. First is because it’s too early and there are less people. Second, the sun is not too hot and it won’t burn your skin while you’re having fun.
Club Balai Isabel Aqua Park Rates
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- ₱450/head for 1 hour inside the Aqua Park
- ₱1,250 for four tickets for 1 hour inside the Aqua Park
- ₱990/head – inclusive of use of facilities like pool, basketball, billiards, and 1-hour Aqua Park Ticket
- ₱1,850/head – inclusive of lunch, snacks, and use of facilities like pool, basketball, billiards, and 1-hour Aqua Park Ticket
Twinkle wasn’t able to go with us because she was too young for the Aqua Park so we left her in the room with Lani to watch cartoons. It was just me, peanutbutter♥, Ykaie, my sister who calls herself Anney, and Rome.
Before going in, they told us to remove pointed objects like hairpins and earrings — anything that might prick the inflatable structure. We were able to bring Go Pro cameras to document our craziness…woohoo!
Sis had a hard time going around the inflatable park and going to this swan here! It took her quite a while before she could get on board. She lacks exercise and she had a hard time carrying her body weight. Ayaw naman kasing sumabay sa akin mag-Hip Hop Abs every morning.
It was my first time to go to an inflatable water park and it was such a fun experience. Ykaie really enjoyed going through the slides and wants to go back or try the other one in Subic.
I’m glad I was able to start my health journey last March and started working-out 4-5 times weekly. If I hadn’t done so, I don’t think I’ll be able to move around much because I wouldn’t be able to manage my body weight.
Leaving you with a short video here so you can see our craziness in motion…