Thanks to media source for bringing us the most successful carnival in the Philippines — Euro Star Carnival! I had my doubts initially, and the Philippines blogosphere have attested to this awesome carnival rides. Manila is the first stop in its 8-city Asian Tour and February 28 is its last day here in Manila. This is my personal photo tribute to this awesome carnival that Manila has ever seen and I’m glad that we are elevating the entertainment level to world class European standards! This is the first time I got dizzy with carnival rides and I’ve been to Orlando’s theme parks, and I can say these are one heck of a ride that surpasses all of them (except for the roller coaster rides). Booster, Flipper, Ranger, and G-Force will be the carnival tales of generation to come. Good luck to your China Stint and I do hope Manila will see you again in 2 years time 🙂
It was our mistake to ride Flipper as our first ride, and my friend Maong did not survive to ride the rest. She is a certified carnival rider but hands down to flipper, the dizzy after effect was enough — it’s like being inside a washing machine.
I was not able to try this because of the long queue, but being hurl at 100 kmh with you seating at one of the ends of G-Force 42m Pole is like being at the ends of a helicopter propeller spinning at 100kph!
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