For the last installment of my Sonya’s Garden entries, I’ll tour you around the garden itself.
Entrance to one of their dining halls
And of course, what would Sonya’s Garden be without the flowers? Believe it or not, what I like most about Sonya’s isn’t the food. It’s the garden itself and the greenery and the scent of fresh flowers that greets you upon your entrance. It’s a fragrance no perfume has captured yet and if heaven has a scent, I would imagine it to smell like Sonya’s.
pots of freshly picked flowers are strewn all over the walkways
Me, on a lacy duyan (left) and posing before the entrance to their dining hall (right). Forgive the tummy bulge – I just helped myself to the buffet lunch . For those wondering, tank top is from Kamiseta, striped purple shorts from Mango, Bangle from Salsatrends, shoes from Pill, bag from Charles and Keith, shades from Fly wear, and vintage watch/necklace bought at a steal in 168 Mall for Php 150!!! Similar necklaces can be bought from Cru at the Archaelogy section of the Power Plant Mall for Php 1500.
Next time, I’ll probably stay in one of their rooms and have a pamper me weekend. I’ll let you know how it goes. 🙂