My favorite part of this trip was the Legoland Water Park.
You have to know that I do not really like going swimming. I don’t like getting dark. I have Vitiligo on my face and the sun can make it spread more. I don’t like swimming in beaches too because I’m scared of the stuff under the sea.
Ang gusto ko lang ay rumampa ng rumampa in my swimsuits and beach outfits.
But for this trip, I promised Anika that I will go swimming with her. That’s my treat na for her birthday. We flew thousands of miles just to go to this Water Park. Baka ipanguya sa akin ni Sombrero yung mga outfits ko if I don’t go swimming with them.
Here are the things that you need to know when you’re going to the Legoland Water Park.
One, it’s just beside the hotel. Less than 5 minutes walking distance. From your hotel room, you can actually wear your swimsuit, put a cover up on it and go to the water park. If you do not have rooms in the hotel, it’s okay. The locker room is big with lockers, changing rooms, toilets and shower rooms.
Two, here are the things to bring: sunblock, sunglasses, towels (bring na your own so you do not have to rent there), slippers, change of clothes, wallet, camera, go pro, phone and in Anika’s case, her mermaid tail. Go pros are not allowed while sliding.
Three, you can put all your personal stuff in a key-less computerized locker that you can rent. I forgot how much the rental fee but it’s not expensive. You don’t need keys. You just have to input your birthday and your favorite color and then the locker assigned to you will open. Pwede mong balikbalikan your things during the whole stay.
Four, there are gazebos and cabanas for rent inside the water park. The gazebos are airconditioned while the cabanas are not. These come with wifi when you rent them.
Five, there’s a food court inside the water park.
Six, you can leave your slippers in the designated slippers racks scattered all throughout the resort. Almost all slides and pools have slippers racks by the foot of the stairs or by the entrance of the pool.
This is the locker room. You can see the gazebo rental rates on your left.
The first pool that we went to was the Build A Raft. It’s like a river going around the whole perimeter of the resort. You get to ride on a big floating tube and water will just take you around. There are a lot of floating Lego that you can build your rafts with. Life vests may be borrowed for kids.
There was also a boat making area where you get to build your boats and race them with the boats of the other guests.
Career ang Alvin. I actually am not sure who had more fun in this trip, kung si Alvin ba or si Anika.
Alvin said that he never owned a Lego toy when he was young. I teased him na hindi halata. Whenever he had a chance, I could see him building stuff with all the Lego in the hotel and in the resort.
And yeah, Anika was wearing undies under her bathing suit. Alvin insisted on it and nasiraan talaga ako ng bait.
ME: Hindi mo naman sinabi na ganyan ka pala ka-conservative, sana pinagsuot ko pa siya ng leggings under her bathing suit.
ALVIN: Conservative talaga ako. Hindi ko nga alam bakit ikaw ang napangasawa ko.
Double =/ =/
Here you can see the Legoland hotel, the giant play area where we had super fun and the Build A Raft “river” that goes around the resort.
These are some of the slides. Kids five years old and above will enjoy them. There are also bigger slides for older kids and there are slides where you can go all together in one tube raft.
This is the wave pool. It’s similar to that in Splash Island dati. The giant slides are the ones behind it. The blue tents are the cabanas and gazebos are the brown glass enclosed structures in the right most part of the photo.
It was sooo hot!
PINEDA: Mare, may tumawag ba sayong Fleur?
VIVIAN: Pagnagka-amnesia ka, at least alam mo pangalan mo.
Hindi pa siya tapos..
VIVIAN: Or pagnawala ang bathing suit mo, alam nila kanino. Lagyan mo na din ng address at phone number.
Ano tong swimsuit ko, balikbayan box?!
I have such supportive friends =D
We had lunch at the resort. Gagalisin na ata ako sa chicken during our vacation.
Effort ang Lego fries.
She’s our little mermaid and she had loads of fun!
Check out the Mommy Fleur Blog FB page for more photos of the slides: https://www.facebook.com/MommyFleurBlog/
Eto talaga ang favorite ko there, the play area of the water park.
You almost cannot open your eyes when you’re inside with all the water squirting everywhere! Ang saya saya! I burned a lot of calories by climbing to the top of the different slides then sliding down the pool. Nakakatuwa promise! For a moment, parang wala kang ka-proble-problema sa mundong ito!
While Alvin and I were at the top waiting for our turn to slide down the pool, I was turning this wheel around and around. There are a lot of wheels, knobs, water cannons, water guns and bell strings around the play area that you can turn and pull. I was turning and turning the wheel and I was trying to figure out what it does. While turning the wheel, hanap ako ng hanap in front of me and below me anong nagagawa ng wheel na yun. Biglang…
ALVIN: Pucha Babe!
I turned around and saw that Alvin was almost drowning with all the thick water squirting from his feet! Yun pala ang nagagawa nung wheel!
I was laughing so hard the whole time!
There was also a time when we were walking around the play area. Alvin was walking in front of me. I saw a string and pulled it. Biglang a big bucket of water poured down on Alvin’s head!
OMG! It was so funny! You should have seen Alvin!
The best part in that play area is that every after a couple of minutes, the big bucket on top get filled with water tapos itatapon niya lahat pababa!
We were so happy that day. It was so sulit especially for Alvin who has never been to a water park before.
Ang lakas maka-bonding talaga ng place guys. When you visit Legoland, you have to try the Water Park.
After that, egay and egoy na talaga kami. Despite putting sunblocks, we got really, really tanned!
Kailangan kong lumaklak ng isang litrong Gluthathione.