Sa mga salot sa lipunan ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mga mapagsamantala at masasama ugali ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mataas kong triglyceride at mababang HDL ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa patuloy na pagtaas gastos sa lakwatsa ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mga fastfood na puro unhealthy ang pagkain ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mga taong unreasonable at tamad ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mga pulitikong gahaman sa kapangyarihan ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mga mahilig magdumi sa kalikasan ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mga di marunong magbayad ng utang ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Sa mga di tumutupad sa usapan ... TACSIYAPO!!!
Whew... now that I have gotten these out of my system, it's now time to enjoy the amazing ambiance of Isdaan in Tarlac.
Located in Gerona, Tarlac (about three hours drive from Manila), Gerona is a good place for barkada and family trips because you can play around in floating restaurant and be entertained by the giant structures of monkeys, fishes, dinasaurs and others.
There are several floating huts with different beautiful views which will amaze, excite, and charm you. Once you arrive, they would give you free fish food so that you can feed the colorful koi fishes.
There is even a game there where they will give you a kilo of fish for free if you happen to pass their Sankilo Bridge without getting wet. Hurdles include spitting and urinating monkey statues as well as large sea shells in the narrow path.
And while you are waiting for your order of native dishes, you can roam around the place full of statues of ancient gods surrounded by lush greeneries. There is also a wishing bell on one of the decks there where you have to touch the statue of a chinese god, then make a wish and joyfully ring the bell there.
There are also statues of native tribesman holding jars where waters are flowing.
Native cribs and baskets painted in different colors also adorn the place.
Isdaan is a sister company of Barrio Fiesta so the menu consists mainly of Filipino dishes. Their specialty include sinigang soup serves in Bamboo containers and their fried chicken boiled in coconut milk before deep frying. While you are having your meals, the Singing Cooks and Waiters will serenade you with Folk and Tagalog songs.
One of the main structure in the place is a large green dinosaur that will definitely excite the kids.
A good place deserved a good company. With me in this trip were my lawyer friends Atty. Jenny, Atty. Zea and Atty. Sherilyn. On their backgrouns were humungous stone monkeys with different expressions.
By the way, TACSIYAPO in Tagalog means BWISET and in english, it translates to SHAME ON YOU!!! The Tacsiyapo Wall is dedicated to those persons who want to release their anger by smashing plates, cups, jars and even a TV set on the wall.
Kayo? Sino sasabihan nyo ng TACSIYAPO!!! ?