It was another two days filled with water fun for Little J, as we checked in at the H2O hotel, courtesy of Samsung Smart TV. We were invited to try this amazing TV—will do a review on this on my next post :)
In the meantime, let me share with you how we spent the overnight stay at Manila Ocean Park :D
Their hallway reminded me of the cruise ships that I've been on
The Aqua Room is an amazing room to stay in.
Little J was in awe and kept saying hi to the fishes :)
I've been wanting to stay here, and even spend Little J's birthday here, but they're always fully booked. I'm really thankful that Samsung invited us to stay here :)
After checking in, we went down to buy Manila Ocean Park tickets.
First, was the the Oceanarium. Hubby and I are impressed.
This "lounge" is pretty cool. See those stingrays being fed?
They even have "shark encounters." Scary!
We tried their Glass Bottom Boat Ride.
The guide was very knowledgeable. You can ask him anything about the fishes in this area.
Upon exit, we saw these snow-themed "exhibits"
Apparently, the penguins are coming this November :D
Then, it was off to the Sea Lion Show.
It was pretty hot, at 430pm — it was their last show.
Best to bring an umbrella to protect yourself from the heat, not the water splashes as some might think.
Last stop was the Dancing Jellies
I love the music that they were playing, which is actually Pachabel by Canon D — the song used in most weddings.
Then, dinner at MakanMakan. They have very affordable Asian dishes.
Back at the hotel room, Little J kept playing with the remote control of the curtain.
We had him take his shower in the tub. Love that there's a great view of the aquarium :D
Here's a super short video of him brushing his teeth :D
Hubby and I enjoyed the Samsung Smart TV immensely!
Will share our thoughts on this next week :D
Chicago Popcorn Tub was a perfect accompaniment, too!
Thanks, Samsung :D