May 21, 2013

Revisited Enchanted Kingdom

Last week, I was checking my husband’s phone and I read a message from my MIL (mother-in-law). Yes, from time to time I do check my husband’s phone not to spy but to delete my messages and other messages because he has this habit of not deleting messages for months.

Anyway, on our way to my MIL to pick her up for our flu vaccine I asked my husband why he didn’t reply to his mother.

Hubby: E hindi naman ako pwede, weekdays yun.
Me: Hello! May 13 is holiday so we can go to Enchanted Kingdom.
Hubby: Oo nga no! Sige, tanung ko mamaya kung meron pa.

My MIL was asking if we wanted to go to the Enchanted Kingdom because she has 4 complimentary tickets that are valid on May 13, 14, 20 and 21.  Luckily my SIL and BIL were not interested in going to the Enchanted Kingdom so we got the 3 tickets.

Fast forward to Election Day, I thought we couldn’t make it because we voted in the morning and I had my ultrasound in the afternoon too. Ang tagal ng waiting time dahil wala pa yung doctor. My husband didn’t want to go because it was raining on our way home but I told him “sayang ticket”, so we went straight to EK and God is good because the rain has stopped when we reached the theme park at 5PM.

My son was indeed excited because he really wanted to go back to HK Disneyland but of course no budget for that. I don’t know if he remembered that we’ve been in Enchanted Kingdom when he was three years old because looking at him parang first time lahat.

Since it was a holiday, I was expecting a crowded theme park but it wasn’t. I was so delighted because no long lines or queues and we were able to experience Enchanted Kingdom in less than 3 hours compared to our last visit. See my post here.

My son was able to try the rides that we’re not able to ride during our last visit because of height requirement.

We had fun in less than three hours. We were all tired so we went home early and again no more fireworks experience.

Last Saturday, my son cried because he thought we will visit EK again but sorry makikita lang siya sa SLEX on our way to Victoria, Laguna. I did not promise anything.

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  1. wow, i love free tickets! saya naman kasi walang pila. :)

  2. my little boy loves going to EK, but at times he complains because they don't allow him to enjoy adult rides - and I need to explain him why :D

  3. Glad to hear that you had a grand time at Enchanted Kingdom. We haven't visited EK yet. I'm sure my son will have a blast there.

  4. i want to visit Enchanted Kingdom too, hopefully this year we could find a time to be there.

  5. Replies
    1. laki din ng nasave kasi P600 na pala entrance fee ng EK.

  6. One time pa lang ako nakapunta ng EK which I really hope I could visit again, with my kids of course na. Kasi last time, with the exbf pa:D gusto ko din ma enjoy ng mga anak ko ung mga na enjoy ng kid mo kasi super enjoy sya :) tsaka buti nakahabol pa at hindi napamigay sa iba ang free tickets:D

  7. WOW it's a good thing that you got the tickets for free and parang kayo lang ang tao sa EK :)

  8. It really is better to go to theme parks and other similar attractions on the weekdays. I have no patience for long lines and crowds kasi. Heheheh! =)

    P.S. I also read my husband's text messages from time to time. Although I don't also count it as spying since he knows what I'm doing naman. He has the same liberties with my phone. I think it's better kasi it removes those niggling doubts that should have no basis ba in the first place. Buti na lang mabait asawa ko and he tolerates my weirdness. Hehehe! =)

    1. Me too! I have no patience to wait. =) I don't think that it's weird to check our husband's phone pag nagalit sila ibig sabihin may tinatago. hehehe!