Last January 2, Ariel and I, together with some New Zealand-based friends drove to Pampanga for a relaxing weekend at Abe’s Farm and Nurture Spa.
Gemma, Amie and Alfred flew home for the holidays. We picked them up at The Block in SM CIty North EDSA at around 9am and we drove to Pampanga (Angeles City exit) to have lunch at Abe’s Farm. We met Grace and her mom, as well as Gay, Jun and their daughter Dani at one of the gas stations in NLEX. We then proceeded to Abe’s farm where we had a table waiting reserved for a group of 11 adults (including driver and yaya).
Abe’s Farm offers the same food selection as Abe’s in Serendra and Bistro Remedios in Malate. We had a sumptuous meal! I took lots of photos but due to an error while transferring photos from my camera to the laptop, most of the photos were gone, except for a few survivors:
This is the gate that separates Abe’s Farm and Nurture Spa. The Spa offers the same services as that in Tagaytay. Ariel and I had a 30-minute head and shoulder massage at the garden while the rest of the gang went around for some photos.
I couldn’t resist taking this shot! Good thing Ariel was in the mood for some goofy shots.
The garden in the compound was well maintained. It is not as colorful as the spa in Tagaytay but the garden is just as lush, albeit with more greens than blooms.
Note to self: wear colorful outfits when out for some serious photo ops. It will make you stand out amid the lush green gardens or grey architecture.
The entrance to the main dining area where a feast of Pampanga’s culinary delights awaited us.
Still can’t get over my “lost” photos. The batch included our New Year shots (photo and video!) as well us our dinner at Bawai’s. Sad.