Sunday, May 17, 2015

Logos Hope

MV Logos Hope is back in the Queen City of the South. Last weekend, my friends and I went to visit the largest floating bookstore last Saturday.



May 6, 2015 - May 28, 2015

Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 9:30 pm
Sunday: 9:30 pm
Monday: Closed

Before you can enter, you need to pay Php 20 but for children below 13 years old and senior citizens 60 years old and above, they are free of entrance.

An international crew will welcome you upon your arrival on the ship. You can listen to a crew while he is explaining the story behind these ships. You can also watch a video presentation.


After that, you can move on to the bookstore where a variety of books will welcome you. I'm sure you will have a hard time picking out which book you will buy because there are a lot of good books to read there. There are also some musical CDs, toys and souvenirs sold. There is also a part of the ship where they sell books and other items in bargain price. The prices are in units which means 100 units = 100 pesos.




Next to the bookstore is a mural of the story of the Prodigal Son and after that is the International Cafe. Within the cafe, there is also an area for kids to play and do some art activities. Here we are, feeling like kids. :P



The menu:



Since it was past 12 noon already, we were not able to try their food in the cafe because they don't serve meals. So we ended up our tour in Logos Hope. If I still have a free time before May 28, I would love to go back there and browse again their books.

7 comments:

  1. Moadto gyud ko ... I hope naa pa .

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  2. Haha. Wala ko kaabot. :( Ang init makapadiscourage nako ug adto. Boooo but Im happy na you guys stay in love.

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    1. hehe. Maybe next time nalang ka visit Mau. ;) ♥♥♥

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  4. It's still the same din pala. I have blog about this last year when they went in our province. This time I will buy a book na talaga. Madami nga lang kasi tao minsan.

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    1. Yes, dami talaga ng tao but it's really fun to visit this place. :)

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