Apr 18, 2013

Nuvali


During my son's field trip last November, we visited Nuvali (a community in Santa Rosa Laguna Philippines) on our way back to Manila. One of the attractions in Nuvali is a manmade lake where one can feed kois. The kids had a great time feeding the kois. The water at feeding area turned orange because of the kois. 


My son also rode a boat or what they call as water taxi for a fee.


This post is also linked to: 

Orange You Glad It's Friday

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I have never seen so many kois together. I saw some in Israel not far from a monastry in the neighbourhood of Jerusalem.
    Thanks for your post!
    Wil, ABCW Team.

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  2. Very interesting this place, every visit a great experience, an adventure, beautiful photos!

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  3. Looks like a fun place to visit. That's amazing how many kois pack in together. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  4. looks like it could be fun.
    ROG, ABCW

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  5. Looks like a really NICE and fuN place!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  6. Such a beautiful man-made lake, the koi fish are beautiful aren't they?

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    1. yes they are sis, but i wonder if they ever get full. there are so many people feeding them!

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    2. There are so many of them and I am guessing that they never get full lol.

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  7. And dami! It must have been so fun riding the taxi boat and feeding them at the same time.

    Thanks for joining!

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  8. thanks for the visit everyone! i hope you are all having a great weekend!

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  9. Lovely photos! Amazing color in those koi! Thank you for stopping by my blog earlier for OYGIF!

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  10. Good subject(s) for the orange meme♫♪ My OYGIF: http://lore-eleven.blogspot.com/2013/04/a-break-in-clouds.html

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  11. So many Kois in one place. Never seen that before. Thanks for sharing. Have a beautiful weekend ;D

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  12. These are some great shots of a a lovely lake and family memories. Koi fish crack me up when we've fed them in Japanese gardens, because all you see are their big mouths waiting for you to feed them. Blessings!

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  13. Beautiful photos, that funny ... as those fish I have 2 in my tank!

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  14. Beautiful Koi, how I love them. Wish we had water taxis here. What fun for your son. Great post!

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