Farm Tour Series: Exploring Yoki’s Farm in the New Normal

After 8 months of staying indoors, with video games, homeschooling and Netflix in our daily routine, we are happy to be finally out! 

Today, we are taking you to Yoki’s Farm to show you what it’s like to farm-tour in the New Normal.

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in the new normal!

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Farm Tour in the New Normal

Yoki’s Farm is in Mendez Cavite. It’s an hour-long drive from Alabang if you are taking SLEX and CALAX. And as you get closer to the farm the road becomes narrower but nothing to worry because the streets are mostly smooth and even.

Yoki’s Farm have several packages for everyone. Today, we are trying the Animal Encounters for 800 Pesos each. But since we are visiting on a weekday with a child, a senior and a PWD our fees were reduced to almost 30%. 

Unfortunately for our puppy, animals are not allowed inside the farm. Good thing we came prepared and brought a carrier for her so she didn’t have to stay at the farm’s admin office. 

The tour was relaxing, nerve-wracking and fun all at the same time. Be ready to bring extra clothes, non-slip sandals or shoes and lots of water to rehydrate!

Cockatoo Family
by Elle x Kerrigan

Feeding the Black Palm Cockatoo

Black Palm Cockatoo
Cockatoo

Kerrigan x Mau Mau
Kerrigan and her new friend cockatoo

“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” – Tolkien

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Published by Elle Anorma

Elle Anorma dreams of having a PR and Digital Marketing Agency. After several years working in various Media and Communications companies in the Philippines, she took the steps to pursue her agency dream. With no capital to set up the business, she began the journey as a freelancer hoping to save enough to build her own team. She has worked with global clients for digital marketing projects in the Construction, Food Delivery, Real Estate, and Virtual Assistance to name a few while enjoying occasional trips with her daughter. Today, she aims to inspire parents and other Mompreneurs to continue pursuing their life goals.

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