Hi guys! Today I’m going to share with you me and macho kid’s Easter Celebration experience at Newport Plaza, Resorts World Manila.
Last April 21 2019, we were invited over for a fun-filled activity of games, play, and magic. This will be another wonderful Mama and Baba Adventure Day so on to RWM we go! Continue reading to see our day!
Easter Builders Playland at Resorts World Manila
There was a nice set-up of blocks, clay, and pipes for kids to play with while waiting for the Easter Show. Macho kid particularly enjoyed constructing a mini-tower with his new friends using the giant blocks.
Robby Rabbit with a cute dance number
An engaging magic show where kids can volunteer and participate with the tricks! (*with parents’ consent and supervision)
Everyone gets to win prizes with numerous games throughout the afternoon.
Look who came to visit? Tayo the School Bus!
Last but not the least the egg-citing Easter Egg Hunt finale! Kids went crazy searching, crawling high and low for eggs that can be exchanged for treats!
Macho kid tried his best but alas he didn’t get any eggs. But I taught him that life is like that and not everyone gets their reward at the same time. What’s important is he had fun and made new friends 🙂
Holiday Inn Express Check-In Experience
We slept-over at Holiday Inn Express after the event. The room is equipped with a nice flat-screen TV with cable, a speedy wi-fi and a comfortable bed.
What we didn’t like was the ref wasn’t working at all. Even after reporting the issue 4x at the reception. They replaced it 4 times but none worked. We were so tired and sleepy and gave up. The left-over food from our dinner at Passion Restaurant got spoiled because of this 🙁
Easter Sunday and Easter Eggs
I have to be honest with you, I am not a religious type of person. Throughout the years my beliefs changed and perspective widened. There is A GOD and I respect all kinds of religion as long as they do not harm anyone. Nothing is perfect.
The meaning of Easter, for million of Christians, is that of honoring and recognizing Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, and His glorious promises of eternal life for all who believe in Him.
Eggs have been associated with the Christian festival of Easter, which celebrates the death and resurrection of Christ, since the early days of the church. However, Christian customs connected with Easter eggs are to some extent adaptations of ancient pagan practices related to spring rites.
The egg has long been a symbol of ‘fertility’, ‘rebirth’ and ‘the beginning’. In Egyptian mythology, the phoenix burns its nest to be reborn later from the egg that is left; Hindu scriptures relate that the world developed from an egg.
With the rise of Christianity in Western Europe, the church adapted many pagan customs and the egg, as a symbol of new life, came to represent the Resurrection. Some Christians regarded the egg as a symbol for the stone being rolled from the sepulchre.
We celebrate Easter Sunday because of Jesus and his resurrection.