Going Green

A couple of weeks back, we had the chance to visit La Mesa Eco Park in Quezon City.  It wasn’t what I expected it to be.  I was expecting a mala-Parks and Wildlife/ Rainforest type (not sure why that’s how I imagined it to look like), but it came across a bit different than my imagination.

For starters, the way to the park is inside a residential subdivision.  It’s just a good thing that there were signs although we still had to ask directions from passersby.  When we get there, it was late afternoon so we were a bit rushed.

Long winding road

Nevertheless, we still found time to –

1. Play slide

2. Ride a horse

3. Check out La Mesa Dam

4. Hike the nature trail

5. Go around the park

Pond – boating used to be available but was destroyed by last year’s typhoon

Stairs leading to the dam’s viewpoint

Koi Pond

Statue of Malakas and Maganda (just guessing)

Orchidarium

And this is where and when the ‘lil girl’s jumpshot started –

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