Trip to Polomolok, South Cotabato

Last week, the girls and I along with my mom and the nanny went to Polomolok, South Cotabato to attend my sister in law’s wedding from my husband’s side. Yes, she also married a Filipino. We stayed at the Dolores Farm Resort. At the moment, they only have 10 rooms but each room is good enough for a family of 4. However, cooking is not allowed inside as the resort has its own restaurant but I guarantee you that their food is great especially the Crispy Kangkong (my entry for next week) and Kinilaw na Tuna.

Dolores Farm Resort

It also has its own Zoo and a big Children’s Pool.

Polomolok Zoo

Dolores Farm Resort Pool

A fish pond where you can also arrange fishing activity but unfortunately we were not able to try as it rained the next day.

Fish pond

A playground where kids can pass their time.


A garden where kids can enjoy and run around.



And last but not the least, I’ve seen a real Durian for the first time but never tasted it. I am afraid its smell will definitely spoil my appetite.


My entry for this week’s Green Living Idea.


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  1. Uh! you’ve missed a part of your appetite for not trying the durian lol.. Nice photos sis. Visiting from Green Monday. Anyway, following via GFC here as Kat. Hope you could follow back to my newly born blog. TIA


  2. lovely place. i don’t understand why for some people durian fruit tastes heaven. i don’t like its taste and so is its smell. I eat durian though when it’s already in candy form.


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