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    by heydelin Written Dec 15, 2012

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    Feeling like a kid? Have guts to try exciting rides? Well go to Enchanted Kingdom and try riding Space Shuttle, Anchors Away, Rio Grande Rapids, etc.

    Have fun at EK! Carousel Disco something Anchor's away Space Shuttle
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    by yeah_baby Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Majayjay Falls

    The Majayjay Falls is approximately 12 miles south of the town proper. Access to the falls is about 1/2 hour drive plus two mile hike on a rugged terrain. The site is a good challenge to city folks who have very limited walking exercise. Once you are on the site, your whole perspective about the world we live in will transform into a magnificent adoration of nature and how beautiful it is to be in the middle of a quiet wonderland.

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    by donnanolasco Written Aug 25, 2009

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    a trip to San Pablo Laguna is not complete without tasting the food at Kusina Salud. Its all orginal pinoy food but not ordinary that you can just have & taste anywhere. Try their ensaladang pako & calamares at kulawo, foods & ingredients that you can find anytime in the market but the taste you need to go to their place and their place is very nice too.

    Favorite Dish: Calamares at Kulawo

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    by davidjo Written Jun 5, 2013

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    While in Laguna buy a bottle of St. Ambrose organic wine that is made from cherries coming from the mountains of Barangay Atisan in the district of San Pablo. The indigenous Bignay tree has fruit that resembles cranberries or Acai berries when fully ripened. The trees have grown over the denuded hills and have brought back plants, birds and animals. The wine tastes rather sweet and my first shot was not good but it grows on you so i have come to like it.
    The bottle is quite interesting as it has ancient Filipino script on it and underneath is the translation in English.
    At 300 pesos a bottle you cannot go wrong!!!

    ancient script rather sweet

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    by yeah_baby Written Sep 10, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Getting there

    TRAVEL TIME FROM MANILA: 2 - 2 1/2 hours via South Expressway
    HOW TO GET THERE:
    Via South Expressway - Take the last exit to Calamba, turn right at Calamba junction towards Los Banos, straight all the way to Pagsanjan town, turn right
    towards Cavinti.
    Via Rizal - Take Ortigas Avenue from EDSA, turn right towards Taytay from Cainta junction, pass through the rustic towns of Rizal, straight all the way to Paete, Kalayaan, Lumban and Pagsanjan town proper.

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