A Day that Ended the Kids' Summer

One with birds and animals are one of my kids' favorite places to go to for their leisurely travels, so with this in mind, hubby and I ended the summer with a blast in going to this place, Dolores Farm Resort, in Polomolok, South Cotabato.


Birds with different colors, some parrots and pigeons are displayed there in their cages. And the kids were so amazed at what they saw.

Deers are there too, and they look so at peace.

I dunno what this bird is called but I was thinking they may be family of the emu. Nicely combed hair eh?

And the playground too, this is where we stayed longer because the kids enjoyed playing in the see-saw, the swing too.




Nice style no? I bet you would want to make use of your wine bottles now, and do them up like the way this is done. Go now, save Mother Earth.


There's this pond where some Pangaseus fishes are cared for. And what nice recipe for Pangaseus, Dolores has them in store in their resto.



This is the resto, and we had lunch here. Lovely place, although that time was a real bonkers for us, lesser luck was with us, but we managed to go home peacefully and safely, haha.


Here we are, waiting for our food, with Gay Carillo of A Scientist in the Kitchen, she's working here in Gensan that's why she is adopted by General Santos for now, sorry LB... teehee.

And what lovely pool, I would have loved to make a dip, but due to foul timing, we did not. Next time I go here, i will surely bring my stuffs.

Dolores Farm Resort is just a good 20 minutes ride from General Santos City, but better watch out for the signage since the first kapalpakan we did was, getting lost on our way there. Ugh.

Comments

the donG said…
nice! so nice to have such a place for a 20-minute travel time. of all the animals there i like seeing the deer the most.
Lantaw said…
kakadto kami di once. great place, ang pangit pangit ng food! :D
Lantaw said…
teka, Durian farm pala yung super pangit ng food! hahaha
witsandnuts said…
Wow, how come I missed that during my Polomolok visit? Is it operational in 2003? We went though to Club Kalsangi and Durian Farm. I want to see a real deer. =)
prinsesamusang said…
ooohh i like that deer. and i want to go on the seesaw too!
lito antoque said…
you had a wonderful time gyud sa dolores farm resort!a good way to relax from stressful days...
Sheng, you're right, getting lost was our first kapalpakan hehehe. I enjoyed my escapade with you. Till next time...

Gay
ms firefly said…
ohh, kj and i loved dolores farm, my friends hosted a pre-wedding party for us there. ^-^
kg said…
wow! ang ganda ng place. so green! i'ts nice that there are places like these where kids can see some animals they don't commonly see around.

ang ganda talaga ng place! parang sarap magrelax!
that black bird looks just like the one i saw at durian garden in south cotabato. :)
Alice Teh said…
What a great place for a family outing! I'm glad to know everybody had a good time. :)
Blue Rose said…
nice place! at ang lapit lang sainyo ha.
Reena said…
i like the deer! :) looks like a good place to hang out for relaxation. :)
Rico said…
I think that bird is called a cassowary. That farm resort looks huge! How was the food?
Getting lost is part of the adventure!
Gilbert Yap Tan said…
As Rico said, the bird is a cassowary, native to New Guinea. :)

This is a must-see, must-go place in South Cotabato!
caryn said…
wow, looks like a really nice place to unwind ;-) love the idea of the bottles on the tree. heehee.
natemarx said…
I remembered the time me and my barkada went here... That huge bird chased us after we tried to teaset it up...hehehehe...
Bem said…
loving the tree with bottles. really nice idea.

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