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|
|Statue of Malakas and Maganda (just guessing)|
And this is where and when the ‘lil girl’s jumpshot started –
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