Abe's Farm: A Quick Escape From Manila

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

A quick remedy for stress and burnout is a vacation during the long weekend. My friends and I were finally able to do our long overdue plan of going out of town. We were supposed to go to Baguio but there was a typhoon during that time and the place was in a bad state.

Good thing, we found Abe's farm in Pampanga. It's a small paradise located just outside the urban jungle.

We arrived there after lunch and we're so excited to spend our day. We were given complimentary refreshments while we were checking in. The staff was very cheerful and accommodating, making us feel more welcome than ever.
The place has an ambiance of a Filipino traditional house that will make you feel cozy and comfortable like you are staying in your own home. It was truly the perfect mix of current and old.
Aside from the rooms and accommodation, you can also check out their amenities and spa services which are perfect to complete your tranquil experience. 

We were welcomed by this amazing view. How can you say no to this serene haven found in the North? Because you can't barely connect to the internet, it's surely is the best way to escape from the city and get in touch with nature. Like what I always say, time to disconnect to connect.


For only P15,000, the family suite was definitely worth it. We were about 10 in our group and there was more than enough room for all of us. It was very spacious for everyone to chill and relax in. There were 3 bathrooms, a welcoming area, a loft that can fit 8 people, and a room for 4.







After strolling and taking photos, we went out to swim. It was quiet and the water was warm enough for us to enjoy the rain and the pool at the same time. Too bad the museum was closed at that time, but it's definitely a good reason to go back.


After drying up, we all went back to shower and dry up. Some of us book their spa service. Since it was almost 7 PM, we made sure to order our food firsthand so we could reach their last call for orders.
The following were our orders:
My drink: Iced Tea.
Binukadkad na Pla-Pla


Kare-Kare
Crispy Pata
Bamboo Rice
Indulge yourself with their amazing menu for breakfast and dinner in this area.



Basically, our trip was like a slumber party for girls. We just played our card games non-stop until we all got tired and fell asleep. But we also made sure to catch up and gossip as much as we can.
If you're looking for a place to visit for short vacations and a location that is close to the city, Abe's Farm is the place to go!

Love lots, xx

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