Sonya'S Garden B&B
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... about a sacrifice! He also pointed out to us some of the "hot" spots of the volcano where we saw smoke streaming out of small holes in the rocks. In these areas, you could feel the heat around and in the ground... it was pretty amazing!
It took about an hour, but we made it up the volcano to a breathtaking sight. It's amazing, because like I said, I had visited Tagaytay and have seen the Taal volcano plenty of times, but never like ...
... horse and entrance fee when you get to the island. A dust mask and gloves aren't required, even though they try to sell it to you. I thought it was funny when I saw a bunch of Koreans wearing dust masks and gloves. Just bring a hat, sunscreen and a bottle of water. If you are semi-fit then hike it, it was a bit nerve racking riding the dehydrated and tired horse. You won't get lost, just follow the trail everyone else is walking.
... so that no one can give alibi that they forget or they don't have time.
Mostly Filipino family spend their weekend in a mall and if there is church there they would'nt think twice to attend the mass first before roaming around.
... into the adoration chapel for a quick hello to Jesus and then ventured off to see more of the village. We walked through the village and marketplace and eventually made our way to a cute little restaurant called "Don Juan's BBQ." We plopped ourselves in front of an AC and enjoyed our lunch of Filipino fare. I tried a new food today too... sisig. Now, when I was sitting at lunch, Ate Neneng described it as pork chopped up and ...
... of an appetite. Ate Baby made me some green tea and now I lay here finishing this blog!
Tomorrow is going to be a rest day for me... I ask that you all say some prayers for me because after this experience on this ferry, I am pretty scared about getting on the ferry next week to visit my family in the province on Mindoro. That's a bigger ferry and a longer ride and I do NOT want to get sick there.
Here's to a good nights rest for me tonight - cheers!