(Addition = Dugang, gets? Ok.)
We head out!
As a jumpstart, we had a little cool fix on bingsu, a popular korean shaved ice dessert in a cup at WooYoo! in Glorietta 3. I had trouble keeping up with the appetite of my companions. Lol. 🤣 They had to wait for me to finish mine so we can go on with the trip.
you name it, they have it!
And like the kids (trapped in an adult's body) that we are, of course we'd head out to the place in town where there's a shit ton of games to choose from. Me and my cousins were never short on games when we were kids. Our childhood games range from the outdoor types (jolen, teks, dampa, and other pinoy games that require running around which I couldn't actively participate in because I was a wimp lol) to indoor types (video and card games). We were so excited and too caught up with the intensity of the board games that we played that we killed almost seven hours of our time there. Haha!
We played two games: Dominant Species and Dead of Winter: A Crossroads Game.
If you want to know more about the games just click on the links. 😉
The wide array of boardgame titles seemed intimidating at first but the staff are always ready to assist you with the game that you picked. The selection is categorized so it's easy to find your game if you know which type or genre you want to play. There won't be any a game lag moment while getting the hang of the game since the staff are well-versed of the rules of pretty much every game in the library.
Kuya Bam got us discount coupons at Metro Deal for our eat-all-you-can lunch at Yakimix Prime. The staff here are really nice. There was a little mishap with our coupons but the staff considered because we were polite with our pakiusap. Haha! Tip: It pays to be polite. So be, AT ALL TIMES. 😉
We are suckers for asian food so this place is heaven!
The boys then dropped me off at the terminal for Laguna.
Now I'm back again in this hell of a hole I just can't get enough of. Lol.