👋 Oi, mga repapips, Brian Dys here! I love music, photography, and creative stuff like UX design and art. This is a place where I collect my thoughts and works. Apart all these, I’m Jaycelle’s better half and Bryce’s dad. 🥰
So Near Yet So Far
We underestimated aMaze Garden with its low garden walls and the castle destination – smack in the middle of the pathway – I was sure, was within arm’s reach.
Going in Circles
A couple of turns resulted in dead end in this maze disguising itself as a kiddie wonderland adventure. Bryce was more into picking up gravel than in not getting lost.
The Sky Sees Us
When you think you’re just in the same planet Earth, you wouldn’t bother leaving breadcrumbs. Twice the time it took us to reach the castle was the time it took to find our way back.
We managed to explore the other parts of the maze. We even saw an ermitanyo sitting under a tall tree talking in his cellphone, telling his wife, “Andito nga ako!”
By then we concluded that the maze could cause hallucinations because of the possibility of heat stroke.
Rounding in Thomas
Our last stop was to experience the train ride that goes around the park. Nothing much was to be seen except for the janitorial equipment that hides in the background.
Bryce is beginning to wander around. He is most attracted to kids holding either an RC car or a tablet.
Our double-chinned beautiful niece, Mireille, recently had her baptism in a Catholic church.