Sugar Rush at Enchanted Kingdom

The magic stays with you! ๐Ÿ™‚

Saturday was spent with Babe and his family. We went to Enchanted Kingdom and the park was open for Smart employees only. Babe’s sister works at Smart. ๐Ÿ™‚

Cute ๐Ÿ™‚

The last time I was at EK was back in 2009. Nothing much has changed although there’s one new attraction–the EKstreme. I’m not sure if that’s how you spell it, by the way. You have to pay an additional Php80 to get to ride this.

Four lang kami sa ride! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

I was terrified, I tell you. We were pretty high up! The “thing” will ascend slowly and come plummeting down fast. What was more terrifying was trying to guess if we were set to descend or what. Php80 for that short of a ride is pretty steep. Anyway, we tried to get on as many rides as possible. But of course we prioritized the “classics”–Space Shuttle, Flying Fiesta, Rio Grande, Log Jam, Anchor’s Away and Dodgem.

All wet!

I initially didn’t want to get on any ride that would get me wet since I didn’t bring extra bottoms with me. But not wanting to be labeled baduy or KJ or even miss a wacky moment with everyone, I gave in. During the Rio Grande ride, I chose the seat with the least water on it. That was a bad, bad call because I was the first one who got wet. The waterfall? Oh the waterfall! I went right under it! Darn. Good thing Babe’s sister had extra shorts. ๐Ÿ™‚

While on the Anchor’s Away ride ๐Ÿ™‚

On our way home from Enchanted Kingdom, “Nothin’ On You” started playing in the background. Then out of the blue, the boyfriend said, “B pakinggan mo ‘yung song.” I knew what he was trying to say, especially when he sang along to the chorus. โ™ฅ

I know this is irrelevant, but what can I do? I’m all mushy and gooey.

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