So sorry it took me this long to post part two of our trip (Part 1 is here).
After our sumptuous lunch at the restaurant, (check out our lunch here), we took our things to our rooms so we can start gallivanting. Abe’s Farm is a quiet and relaxing place. I think it’s really quiet because we are the only ones staying at the resort at the time. There were many customers at the restaurant, though. It was a favorite stopover among travelers.
I love the rustic ambience and I think the kids’ OOTD was perfect for the place.LOL!
There was a swing made of bamboo but I think it can only carry a child’s weight.
I think it took us an hour of gallivanting before we finally gave in to the kids’ request of heading to the pool. We changed into our swimsuits and rashguards.
More photos near the pool, of course!
This is the swimming pool located just beside our Ifugao Hut.
The water was very inviting and the kids couldn’t wait to go swimming. It was around 3 pm at this time, I think.
The water wasn’t too cold but I think it’s not fresh water. From my judgement, this has been in the pool for at least a day or two. Although there isn’t any bad smell nor is it dirty, it’s not that clear anymore. We enjoyed it nevertheless.
Is this an Iguana????
Ykaie and Cyra really had fun playing and swimming….
They even bought these small mermaid dolls which they played while swimming…
They told me it’s their replica…LOL!
The children were exhausted and hungry from almost half a day of swimming and playing. They couldn’t wait for dinner when they drtied up and they had a change of clothes. Check out our dinner here: Dinner at Abe’s Farm
My over all experience at Abe’s Farm was great! We usually head over to the south in either Tagaytay or Batangas when we want a staycation or swimming. Heading to the north is a refreshing change.