CnT lechon we ate for lunch if we did this.
Our smiles here were so fake. I found myself doing baby steps throughout the entire walk. Hahaha!
Sorry for the reflection! Was still shooting through the filthy glass window.
This grandiose building was erected in 1937, during Governor Cabahug's incumbency.
We actually liked the adventure. What we didn't like is that we paid P230+ each for bad photos. We chose 3 shots so that's more than PhP700 worth of bad photos. I could understand if they were using point-and-shoot cameras but if they were going to charge us an arm and a leg for souvenir pictures, they might as well use dSLRs right. Turn flash off (or use an external flash), adjust ISO, adjust white balance (tungsten/halogen for dark indoor lighting), adjust exposure levels, adjust shutter speed please! I'm not asking for special depths of field here. I'm just asking for decent shots for the money I forked over. (I've actually seen some bloggers take better photos with point-and-shoot cams.) There really is no excuse for using full auto with dSLRs if you're going to charge SKY HIGH prices. That was just highway robbery...especially since we can't/are not allowed to take our own photos.
We got tacky t-shirts each for souvenirs. I wish they would have just given us one free photo instead of those shirts. Plus, we never got to Kukuk's Nest or Outpost. Getting our souvenirs took forever, and even after all that, the traffic was still bad.
On the bright side, I think our photographer took the most decent shots of the lot. She was also pretty helpful and knew how to comfort her scared clients. The whole thing really is something that people should experience (even if I'm not too happy about the pricing and messy queues for souvenir acquisition). For more information about this, visit the Sky Experience Adventure website.
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