Sea Forest Resort is located at Sibulan, Negros Oriental - 30 minutes away from the house. The kids used Uncle Tantan's tricycle or pedicab while hubby and I rode on the motorcycle.
It was an unplanned so we just bought food on the way to the resort. We dropped by at Sansrival to buy the birthday cake and went to Rago to buy the food. Good that the service crew packed the food with anylock bag sealers that it was still hot and fresh when we got to the resort.
The kids arrived earlier than us and were already hungry. My son tried to open the plastic bag with anylock sealing rods but it was too tight. He was then bragging me to help him out. Poor hungry child.
The resort comprise of 3 swimming pools.
The Not-So Kiddie Pool:
My kids of course tried all the swimming pools but they stayed longer at the adult pool because of the higher slide with dramatic fall on the pool. Surprisingly, they weren't afraid as they were wearing life jackets which could be rented at Php 20.00 each.
Overall, the resort exceeded my expectation. Although I did not splunge in the pool, I was still happy looking at the kids and the kids at heart while taking photos. I guess you already know that in every ocassion we have, my role is always the mommytographer.
At around 3:00 PM, the boys were already tired and so we packed our things and left over food with anylock slide and store.
Kids were having fun at the waterslide:
|Francis and cousin EJ|
If you want to visit the resort, it is only 30 minutes away from Dumaguete city center. The current entrance fee is Php 100.00 ($2.30) for adults and Php 75.00 ($1.70) for kids. The cottage tree can be rented at Php 300.00 ($6.80) but we rented the bigger version for Php 500.00 ($11.40) per day.
Swimming attire is strictly observed but in case you forgot your swimming costume, you can also rent for as low as Php 20.00 ($.45) per piece.