Sunday, August 28, 2011

Miniland Philippines joins LEGOworld! ;-D

Chocolate Hills and Tarsier ;-D
Yesterday was really my lucky day. On my way to my 2pm event, I was able to see a grand exhibit of Lego creations. This time it was the spectacular sights and landmarks of the Philippines that was made into bricks and colors. It's truly heart stopping. We all had a great time in Legoland California, the Miniland USA part allowed us to dream and to hope to see most of those sights. And now, we have our very own Miniland Philippines. ;-D Looking around made me realized that indeed there's so much to see in our country. And poor me, haven't even seen most of them.

Paoay Church and the Bangui Windmills
Butanding and the Mayon Volcano
Magellan's Cross in Cebu. We've been to Iloilo several times, but we never did try going to the Museo Iloilo.
Pearl Farm Davao
Kadayawan Festival
El Nido Palawan
Crocodile Farm
Siargao looks so much fun! ;-D
Sitankai Houses
Philippine Eagle
Luneta Park. SM Mall of Asia. ;-D
Lego Exhibit and Selling Area. I'm sure if my son was with me, we'll be bringing home a box or two. ;-D
View from the top. Miniland Philippines in Legoworld
In the exhibit area, the tourism theme song was playing, "Tara na biyahe tayo!" or Come, let's Travel! ;-D It was so compelling especially with the long weekends ahead. I almost forgot, amidst the political bickering here and there, how great is the Philippines. Oh my, there's so much more to see. ;-D

6 comments:

Jo said...

I came over here from Peh Sun. Techincally I was led to your other blog here and decided to click on your main blog as it's always more interesting to learn about a blogger in this way.

I love to look at Lego! I enjoyed looking at them a lot more than building them. Thanks for sharing these sights of Lego mini Philippines.

aMz88 said...

wow! love this post!!! hay when will i be able to have a vacation =___=
Happy Long weekend to u ;D
http://amz88.blogspot.com/

Des said...

Thanks Jo for finding your way to my main blog. :)

@aMz88: Thanks so much! :) We're staying home for the long weekends too, since hubby needs to work today. :( But oh well, maybe soon. :)

wendy said...

me too, haven't seen much Pinas:-)... guilty! how thoughtful of the organizers to focus on Philippines' destinations.

The Average Jane said...

Good thing I'll be at MOA tom. Looks like a great photo opportunity. =)

Des said...

@Mommy Wendy: True! Good thing! It's like now Philippines is part of the Legoworld! :)
@Jane: Hi sis, I'm not sure, but I think I read that it's only until Aug. 27. Just in case. :(

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