Tarlac

While we had our vacation at Clark, Pampanga, we have decided to try and see this new restaurant there. I saw this restaurant one morning while I am on my way to work.

So we headed from Pampanga to Tarlac, to see and experience this unique restaurant by ourselves. The following pictures will show you how great this restaurant is. Not just their place but as well their gimmicks, foods and their friendly crews.

Front of Isdaan Village at Gerona, Tarlac.Gerona is one of the 17 towns of the province of Tarlac. It is bounded on the north by Paniqui; on the east by the Pura; on the south by Tarlac City (the provincial capital); and on the west by Santa Ignacia. The town is 73 km. from San Fernando City, the regional center; 50 km from Clark Special Economic Zone in Angeles City; and 139 km north of Metro Manila.

The floating restaurant, like a small village at daylight.

The floating restaurant, like a small village at night.

Yes, these Coy fish swim beneath the floating restaurant. However, I was surprised that they also eat sisig. Yeah I know I shouldn’t be feeding them with pork but with their sizes, I am sure they can still digest it. πŸ˜€

The other things you can see at Isdaan Village are these huge statues. Very tribal isn’t it.

You can wish on this hand.. They believe that it will come true.

One of their game. You have to cross this 3 inches wide bridge with a bucket of water. There are huge shells along the way and to add it up, the water that will hit you. Once you cross this bridge and will be able to go back, you will win one bucket of Fish for free.. But if you fail, you will fall in this 10 feet deep water.. πŸ˜‰

They call this game Ungoy-Ungoyan.. (Monkey-Monkey). When you pass these five monkey without getting wet, you will also win I pail of fish. This is a two player game. The other one, waiting to get wet in front of those monkeys and the other one, trying to figure out which bulb is connected to those monkey and try to avoid it. There were like 20 water faucet to choose from so be very careful. Like when we played this one, my partner got wet. Ooops. Sorry! πŸ˜€

They said when you wish here, it will be granted.. Hmm… I hope I actually wish though.

Your babies can ride with them.. πŸ™‚ I didn’t know sheep can be used as transport now πŸ˜€

And most of all, their main attraction, the Taksiapo wall. Here you can throw plates, TV, glasses, name it they have it. Whenever you eat at their resto, depends on how much, they will give you free plates to break. Yeah, you will experience this break the plates in this place.

Until my next travel.. πŸ™‚

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kenny Mah // Life for Beginners
    Jun 19, 2008 @ 01:08:49

    Oooh.. All them little fishies! I wanna dine on a floating restaurant too! πŸ˜€

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  2. equilibrium2008
    Jun 19, 2008 @ 01:42:31

    Yes, it is very relaxing and nice. They also have singers that walks around these floating resto. In fact, it is like floating Nipa houses.

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  3. donG hO
    Jun 19, 2008 @ 16:42:01

    i’ve been to tarlac many times but i never had the chance to drop by gerona. i’ve seen this place on TV and it’s really interesting.

    if i’ll see those walls, i’ll throw there myself. hehehe… just kidding!

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  4. equilibrium2008
    Jun 19, 2008 @ 23:47:54

    Hehehe, I think once you throw yourself on the walls, you’d end up in morgue already.. Dami kayang bubog nyan para bumaon sa katawan mo πŸ˜€

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