August 14, 2008

Let's play!

A feature of all Ayala Malls that I'm sure parents appreciate is a play area for kids. They started it with Glorietta in Makati City and this one is at Trinoma in Quezon City.

play area in Trinoma


May I please ask a favor from you? If you're good with plants and flowers, please visit my Magical blooms post in Happy at Home and help me identify the flowers in our garden. I only have names for two of the twelve flowers I posted. It's pretty sad.

13 comments:

ken mac said...

this is multi dimensional! Circles on the floor, kids on the plaything, hilda taking the shot from above.

metromanila said...

That looks significantly smaller than the one they have in Glorietta.

Per Stromsjo said...

I hope the kids appreciate the playground as well... ;)

melanie said...

Une scène très vivante et des couleurs éclatantes ... de vie et de joie.

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" wouldn't mind trying that slide...

Re the unidentified plants in your garden. "Louis' has a news flash for you. They are weeds. If you don't know them, they are automatically weeds.... ;-)

Dina said...

kids love playgrounds and after a few hours shopping with mum and dad it sure helps to unwind a little bit here.

Kitty said...

I like how the formation of kids and the floor pattern intersect each other. A lot going on!

Layrayski said...

Interesting Photo, hilda. And I haven't been on anything like that when I was a kid. *sad face*

babooshka said...

Wonderful overview. As for plants I am like you. I take so many the think what on earth is this! Good idea to appeal for help, I will have to post some and do likewise.

Saretta said...

Good action photo! By the way, I always notice your accuweather report, you often have a much lower temperature than the realfeel temperature. Is that because it's very humid in Manila? Today I got a shock when my accuweather read 38°, but realfeel was 47°...a nice air-conditioned mall with play area would be great for us today!

• Eliane • said...

This is smart from the mall. It helps the parents to get their shopping done. Actually, maybe the kids are asking to go to the playground in the mall, forcing their parents to shop!

mirage2g said...

My kids would not tire spending half a dy there! great perspective here...fun seeing another one holding a camera! have a great week!

Neorelix said...

I have a billion Godchildren but I still run if I encounter the little blighters en masse... :)