5 Awesome Things To Do When In Dakak

Are you planning to go on an ultimate beach vacation or adventure? Since it's summer here in the Philippines, I think it would be nice to share my Dakak Park & Beach Resort experience once again, and now with what I hope are much better details. It was August 2013! Sheesh.

15 Things To Think About When Blogging

15 Things To Think About When Blogging

Whether you're a newbie or a pro-blogger, chances are you would want to improve your blog and your blogging experience day by day. I started blogging back in 2008 and have blogged in several different platforms but through the years, I've become more comfortable using Blogger (Blogspot).

Rainforest Park Cebu - The Aviary

As you may have read from my previous post, I brought Reiko to Rainforest Park Cebu last week. It was my early birthday gift to him. I talked about the different sea creatures and reptiles that we saw in their Oceanarium and I was actually excited for him to see the Aviary. 

The entrance fee is still Php50, same with the Oceanarium. It was also a small area but there were a variety of birds so we nonetheless enjoyed sight-seeing there.

I like this tree house. Reiko wanted to go up but it was obvious that it isn't allowed. He showed some signs of tantrums because of it but his mood went back to normal right away when he saw the doves freely walking around.

Here he was chasing this dove.

*I love this bird. Because.. he says hi and hello. The zookeeper fed him a banana. I'm just assuming he's a he. 

*SUPHUR CRESTED COCKATOO - Found in wooded habitats of Australia and New Guinea. They are overall white while the underwing and tail are tinged yellow. 


I'm sure this isn't a bird (photo below) but it's in the aviary for some reasons. 

PHILIPPINE SPOTTED DEER - Also known as the Visayan Spotted Deer. It's a nocturnal and endangered species of deer located primarily in the rainforests of the Visayan islands of Panay and Negros. Small & short-legged yet it is the largest endemic species of deer among the Visayas.

We were about to leave when we saw this peacock on top of the tree! This is like one of my favorite animals ever because it's very elegant and beautiful. Too bad it's up there because it's more beautiful when it shows its wings. Crappy photo too. I had to zoom out to see it. 

We saw some monkeys along the path walk but they were heavily caged. I guess because we don't want monkeys jumping around while people are sight-seeing huh?

And that has been our Aviary experience! It was good learning about those birds and actually seeing them live. 

Give Rainforest Park a go. It's a convenient place to look around and just relax while watching different types of animals without paying a hefty price, although I keep on thinking why we have to pay to see these animals. You know what I mean.

Rainforest Park also has restaurants around, fish spa, and adventure jungle with obstacle courses perfect for team buildings and family gatherings. When we went there, there weren't a lot of people yet.


Rainforest Park Cebu
F. Cabahug St. (Ayala Access Road) 
Panagdait, Mabolo, Cebu City
Visit their website for more information about the rates. 


Hello everybody! How's the long weekend going? Last week, I talked about how I want to take more meaningful photos and give street photography a try. I'm happy I decided to do so because I'm getting more and more of what I wanted as the days go by.