|Someone is trying to be a model here.|
A Chinese businesswoman once told my father that what she didn't like about Gingoog City was its lack of places to go to when you have to spend your leisure time contentedly. Sadly, that is actually true. It is even a problem when there are relatives coming from other provinces visiting us here because there are just few places to show to them or to make them feel relaxed.
Recently, I discovered a new place in the city worth visiting to, especially when you want some time with nature, to take a plunge in a swimming pool or to have a quality time with family and friends. A nephew of mine celebrated his third (3rd) birthday and we were invited to go to Guadjus Eco Farm. I don't know when this eco farm started to open, but I guess it is here for several years already. I just haven't explored this city well enough.
It has an affordable entrance fee of Php 25.00.
It has swimming pools both for kids and adults. But kids will definitely have more fun. They provide rental for inflatable swimming tubes and swim suits only for women, though.
What is the essence of eco farm without plants, right? Here's my boyfriend coming out from the bamboo tree.hehe
There are so many different kinds of flowers being planted there. Here are two examples of beautiful and weird ones. I'm not knowledgeable about flowers, so I don't know their names are.
Don't bother acting like a kid sometime. It's not a sin anyway.
|The mighty carabao is also here. Very Pinoy, right? :))|
|Oh how much I loved swings when I was a kid! :D|
Guadjus Eco Farm is located at Pedlagahan, Brgy. Santiago, Gingoog City. It is 3.36 kilometers from the National Highway (Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Road).