Christmas is not only in the air but is also seen! Our trip to SM North Edsa tonight for a change of routine brought us this pleasant surprise. I actually saw this attraction in a magazine television show last weekend amongst the latest must-see this season. These snapshots depicts the intricate designs prevalent in every nook of Mr. and Mrs. Clause's house. Thanks to SM management for bringing North Pole to be enjoyed by both the young and the young at heart!
And surprisingly, the child in me was once again released at the sight of all these. I was ecstatic! I was even more jubilant than my 9-year old nephew while enjoying the view of all the intricately designed houses. Each place has a theme uniquely different.
First stop was Mrs. Clause's Kitchen where real fondant cakes are displayed in various sizes and shapes. Unfortunately they are not for sale. The designs though are truly eye-catching and worthy to be seen by all the curious onlookers and passers-by.
Then came the sight of Santa's mail room where children can create a letter and later drop it in the mailbox. Even the guardians and parents of these kids were curiously inspecting how this room looked. It was appealing to all ages, that is why!
Santa's Den was next in line where pine trees abounded. It entices you to enter and have the privilege to take a photo of a life-size Mr. Clause sited right in the middle of the room. One can either stay at his side or on his lap for a souvenir snapshot.
"Say cheese, Ozen," and my nephew had a ready smile at the count of three!
A larger than life snowman was smiling at us. My Dad and Ozen gleefully stayed beside him and asked me to take their photo.
Santa's reindeers were also present, awaiting for the gifts to be wrapped to be given away on the eve of Christmas. Thus, were you naughty or nice before Santa drops by at your house?