Saturdate with Hubby

Hubby sees to it that after a hard work week we could spend sometime together, without the kids :). Good thing their Grandparents are kind enough to let the kids stay with them for the weekend. So, it was a date for Us.

We went to Eastwood City on a Saturday night so expect a lot of people roaming. But it was fine, cause i plan to eat at CIBO (2nd floor of Eastwood mall) and the place was not full of Diners.

We had  Farfalle Alla Veneziana (Sauteed seafood, cream, parsley) for our pasta and Prosciutto Di Parma (Tomato, mozzarella, parma ham, arugula, parmesan) for our pizza , for our drinks I had their Limone Iced tea with mint and Hubby had Cafe Americano. The food was tasty and worthy of every cent that I plan to go back soon. overall we spent 800+ including the sevice charge and 12% tax.

Next stop was, Agave Mexican Cantina ( City walk 1) as always we grabbed few drinks after eating. I had their signature drink all you can margarita for PHP399 and Hubby settled for local beer and Kurant7, and for our appetizer to match was Nachos.

Our last stop was the burger joint beside Agave, Stakkers, I wass so stuffed that I can't dine there. Instead we had our orders to go. We ordered their Stakkers Burger and sausage and toast Brekkie with coffee that i ate the next morning and it was still good. :D wish they had a branch within Fairview :D

I had Fun, of course whenever I'm with Jaybee it is always extra special :D


Candy Factory - SM North Edsa

Candy Factory, The newest kid's high end playpen at Sm North Edsa. My Sister was the one who told me about this. So, last Valentines day I bought my kids over to see how it is, compared to other places of it's kind.

Once you get inside you'll see this big circular trampoline where my eldest spend most of his time inside perfecting his' Power Rangers pose. The picture above was a successful jump, too bad he's facing on the other side. I admit I don't have a sense of perspective, unlike Photographers :P

While my youngest, of course at his age (2) is fond of balls and this thing was unique. It makes a soft ball float by the air blown from inside the machine. I am too was amazed with this.

The place had two slides, One is this, you have two climb up to the 3rd floor and you'll slide down to the 2nd floor where the cool machine that keeps a ball afloat is. The other slide was The Giant Candy Drop. I don't have the guts to try it since it was too steep, though you'll end up in pool of balls. I don't think it's safe for kids below 3.

They have a Jelly Bed, it was a bit small and I was not able to experience it because It was for kids only :P But, don't you think it's cool to have just like this at your own home? :D I sure do want one

Though when you step on a ride you might be approached by their usherette and will tell you "ah Mam, Bawal jan" haha. . I was told probably a couple of times, When actually they should have informed the guardians/parents to where they can go before they start to play or a signage maybe at every ride. Am I right?  Less annoyance to the Customers, More productivity to the Crew :D Overall, I like the place. It was huge it occupied the whole "old" SM entertainment center. Just don't forget to bring your socks when you plan to go here. :) Have fun Mommies :D

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