continued from The BRAIN TRAIN Family Anva-yeah Getaway Part 2
After taking advantage of the baby and toddler amenities, Randy and I decided to go around. We went to the fish ponds because Raviv is at the height of being obsessed with fish and turtles. We first went to the small ponds beside the restaurant, and when a waiter how much the small ponds brought my son so much joy, he suggested we go to the main entrance bridge, especially because it was fish-feeding time. We hurried going there.
Once there, someone gave Raviv loaves of stale bread for him to feed the fish. He was very happy that the fish were gathered near him, clamoring for the bread he was throwing. Raviv even pointed to something, and started saying, “Toi-toi, toi-toi!”…he saw a turtle and was even happier. We also went to the opposite side of the lake (I’m guessing it was a lake) and looked at ducks, geese, and swans swimming.
After our quiet, placid family moments, we went to the seashore where the BRAIN TRAIN people were still playing beach volleyball. I realized how few our family photos were (most photos were kaartehan pics of the BT peole, haha), so I asked someone to take our photos as we were strolling along the shore.
Afterwards, we called it a day and proceeded to the beach house we rented overnight. There, we cooked inihaw na bangus and inihaw na liempo and ate to our stomach’s overcontentment. We also had a surplus of Indian mango, and THEY (the BT people sans me) bonded more through games and more chikahan. (I was not able to join them because Mommy duties came first).
Overall, it was a fun time for us. Anvaya was a heavenly haven–it definitely gave us the relaxation and fun every one of us so badly needed after a very grueling summer.
Again, thanks to Light for asking her dad to sponsor us. If you also want to be sponsored to Anvaya, leave a message on this post message and I’ll help you get in touch with my friend. 🙂
BUT WAIT!!!! May pahabol ako:
Chika minute: The day we went to Anvaya, we saw two celebs who were still verrrry controversial at that time. Clue? When one of our companions saw them, he immediately warned us: “Oy, bawal na raw ang camera!” If you guessed Claudine and Raymart, tomooooo! Haha! Yaya Isay, a Claudine diehard fan, was itching to have a photo taken with her (but she only told me that when we were already home). I think she should have taken a leap of courage and asked Claudine for it. At that time, I believe was trying her best to eradicate her negative image. In fact, when we were bathing Raviv in the shower room, Claudine and her kids with her entourage went to the indoor playroom. The attendants were very quick to greet her. I think Claudine commented that the playroom was hot, because I her an attendant say, “Sige po lalakasan namin ‘yung aircon.” To which Claudine gently replied, “Oo, summer kasi ‘di ba; mainit. Thank you.” All throughout, Yaya Isay and many other guests and staff of Anvaya (and, OK fine, myself included) were trying to glance at Claudine surreptitiously. And because of the “freshness” of the airport debacle, the Raymart and Claudine’s presence made the atmosphere so thick with tension you could cut it with a knife.
Yun lang, haha!
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