I grew up in Antipolo. That’s where I went to school from Kinder to high school. It was a bit farther from the city but I loved always being surrounded by trees. These days, it feels like a field trip whenever I head to the east even if I lived there when I was younger.
The day after a holiday is hardly the “right time” to take a leave but I felt like I could use a day off, and opted to do a bit of work on a holiday instead. Mikko had plans to take Evelyn, whom we met because of Pinterest, to Pintô Art Museum in Antipolo and asked if I wanted to tag along. I’ve never been but I’ve always wanted to go so it just seemed like the perfect time.
What started out as a gloomy day turned into the most perfect day out at the museum. The rain stopped just as we parked right outside Pintô and it drizzled while we had a late lunch at the museum cafe (get the pizza—so good!). We finished our artsy escape by passing by the new Hey Kessy spot in UP Town Center before finally heading home.
It sometimes takes a bit of extra work to get days off, but it really is necessary to step out and just breathe.
Pintô Art Museum is located at Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights Subdivision, Antipolo City. Entrance fee is P200 for adults.