Soooo what's next after trekking and hiking? Orange Picking! My mareng Nikki Valdez is such a big fan of the Sagada Orange and she wanted them as pasalubong. So we took the opportunity to dine at the Rock Inn Cafe where the Orange Orchard was also located. I will be putting up a separate food post for all the chows we had in Sagada :)
we saw dogs, oranges , then dogs, then oranges again...
there were more dogs than oranges.
their food was okay, nothing really earthshaking.
pick and taste all you can for the orange farm..'coz their
entrance fee is Php50/pax?!
RIPOFF, I say.
Nevertheless, the orchard is such a delight if you want to have fun times picking oranges:)
The entrance to Rock Farm apparently started as an orange orchard and is now an
inn and restaurant in one.
Our guide said that this little boyie used to do the greetings when tourists enter the premises. However, that day he was so lazzzeehhh! LOL.
Am tempting him to bite me boohoo, see ? still sleepeh~
Ahhh. the good life eh?! HANGOVER! No wonder.
|What happens inside the orange orchard? you personally pick your fruits and then you pay (Php50/kg). They have varieties such as :Hamlin (sweet orange cultivated in Florida and one of the more popular types found in the US market) and Ponkan (chinese honey orange). There are also rough lemons and american lemons.|
Guess who enjoyed the most? All the oranges I picked were all sweet.
It's EAT ALL YOU CAN ORANGE here!
If you're lazy to do the picking yourselves, you can just buy outside :)
Wish I can have something like this at home :)
I can do the picking and ..
he'll do the eating :)
Orange Orchard @ The Rock Inn and Cafe
Address : Rock Farm, Batalao, Sagada, Mt. Province, Philippines
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : Bang - 0920-9095899
Fely - 0920-9028608