Andanita Bed & Breakfast

Address: 5059 Aguinaldo Highway (Cavite-Batangas National Highway), Tagaytay, Luzon, Philippines | B&B
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This B&B is located on 5059 Aguinaldo Highway (Cavite-Batangas National Highway), Tagaytay.
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      Travel Blogs from Tagaytay

      At Sea

      A travel blog entry by steve874 on Feb 28, 2014

      ... Went up to the Crows nest for one then down to Carmen's where we had a foxtrot and then left as the band were on a break, up to the Pennant bar for one, a laugh with the bar staff, and a chat with two of the Chinese immigration guys ;-) one as smart as ever in his uniform ;-) Back down to Carmen's but just missed a waltz and walked into a Cha Cha Cha which isn't on our repertoire ;-) Night cap in cabin after a good ...

      Enjoyable but way over priced!!

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... then I can do the walking myself but he still insisted that I needed a horseback and a guild. I insured him that I didn't need them things.

      On the way over there the boat driver still tried to sell me a guild which was his 7 year old brother. I said "I am in no mood to baby sit. I just simply wanted to do it on my own" they didn't get my sense of humour.

      When I arrived at the island I had to pay the park entrance fee which was only 40 pesos. As ...

      Ritual's, ENCA Planning, and Bon Voyage

      A travel blog entry by sherrypace on Oct 29, 2013

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... tons of food, both a pig and cow were butchered for the occasion and eating was the center point of the ritual. It was nice to be in town for this occasion and get to see many of the aunties and uncles as they joined the party in Acop. As Tarilja’s new casket was laid in her new resting place next to her son, the aunties began to sing an old Ibaloi song, a beautiful thing to witness! It is common in Ibaloi culture to ...

      Glad for the Traffic

      A travel blog entry by tuffy06 on Aug 10, 2013

      14 photos

      ... is also good. The
      attendant smiled at us and said it was "on the house".

      The Leche Flan was big and very creamy. It wasn't as sweet as the ones we
      get in supermarkets. Everything we ate was a delight. If this place
      weren't far, I'd probably go back here next weekend to try more of their salad
      and other Filipino dishes like Kare-Kare. I wish we could go back here
      again soon.


      I'm a Manila Fella

      A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Jun 14, 2013

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... from Megan: 'I love how in South East Asia you can look like **** all the time and it doesn't matter'.

      My computer is very polite. When the battery is running low, it cautiously advises me: 'Your battery is running very low. You might want to plug it in.' Yeah computer, and I might not! Remember who's in control: buzz off!

      In order to acclimatise our ...