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Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
... the natural beauty of the highland.
... seen us 'Americans' (or americanos in filipino) as a good way to make extra money. My dad paid and we drove off annoyed. In what country can you not even trust the police? If you can't trust them, who can you trust? Finally we got to the hotel. It was the same hotel we had stayed at earlier. My dad and Lukas took the car back to the rental place while the rest of us hung out at the hotel. What a long and stressful ...
... good for skin diseases. The opposite side was far too hot to bath, but you could hard boil an egg in a short 5 minutes!
It was really really hot up there. No hat of course, why would I wear a hat on this bald head! No sunscreen either, it is safely packed away in the bags left at the hotel in Bangkok! Well, we both got some color at the end of the day and hopefully it will go from red to tan soon. The descent was also ...
... reasonable. Batad was also pretty impressive and It seemed that my dad had come to a saturation from terraces. so we sat and had something to eat on a vantage point. After wandering about for a while we headed off and just as we made it back to the jeepny it started raining.
the next day was devoted to the rice terraces in Banaue itself that were every bit as impressive a Batad’s. in the evening we took a freezing(air conditioned to death) ...
... come into their place, in the end I just run off down the road! One or two came running after me, crazy gringos!
We found somewhere to eat back inside the Mall which was nice, all served on banana leaves which I guess saves on washing up.
We went back to the hotel to get our bags and said bye to Stacey and Dean which would be for the last time. Off to Cebu we go.
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking