Are you up for a maze challenge? How about a maze with photo ops with sunflowers? Sounds exciting, isn’t it? So, drop whatever you’ve got planned for this weekendand go on a day trip to Pangasinan instead!
Head on to the first ever sunflower maze in the Philippines, the A-MAZE-ING Sunflowers!
Teachers Rizza and Mao were up for the challenge and went to Tayug which is about 63.2 km away from the capital town, Lingayen and is roughly 155 km away from Manila. Let’s go with them as they discover what this side of the earth has to offer.
Bagoong or salted fish paste is one of the most popular condiments in the Philippines. It is used as a dipping sauce for countless food such as grilled bangus or as gifts to relatives both locally and abroad.
Here are Teachers Hanna, Marilyn and Misty to show us the highlights of this year’s most awaited event in Lingayen.
Behind them are some members of street dancing participants who are preparing for their performance.
What is Valentine’s Day? Why do people, especially couples look forward to it and celebrate it?
Valentine’s Day is an annual festival to celebrate romantic love, friendship and admiration. Many people around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day by showing appreciation for the people they love or adore.
It has become a tradition for teachers in Parrots Kun to put up decorations on Valentine’s Day.
Here are Teachers Lovely, Hanna, Akiko and Joy making some decorations for the upcoming special day.
If you want to try a day hike away from the usual heat of the Philippines, Mt. Ulap will suit you well. Situated in Itogon, Benguet, this mountain is known for its scenic view of the Cordilleras while trekking the grassland and pine tree ridges. If lucky with good weather, one can even see the Mt. Arayat, Mt. Ugo and Mt. Pulag.
Teachers Kobi and Cris along with their friends were adventurous enough to take on the challenge. They were so excited to see what this side of the earth has to offer.
Let’s go with them! You can do it, teachers! Best of luck!
New Year parties or commonly known as “shinnenkai” is the Japanese tradition of welcoming the arrival of the New Year, usually by the drinking of alcohol. A shinnenkai is their way of getting together to celebrate a new year and to make promises to each other to do their best for this year while wishing each other good luck and fortune. It is generally held among co-workers or friends in January.
This year, Parrots Kun Eikaiwa’s New Year’s party was held in the Lingayen Gulf’s beachfront.
It’s the last month of the year again. The breeze of the cool wind, the Christmas songs and the Christmas decorations that can be seen everywhere – these things are what making it look a lot like Christmas. When you come to think of it, it’s almost 2017 but the last Christmas was just like yesterday. Time flies so fast, doesn’t it?
Teachers took a quick trip to the Capitol grounds of Pangasinan to appreciate the Christmas decorations and they will tell us what are these things symbolize.
Come; let’s join teachers Akiko, Zara, Lanie and Rizza.