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... it was fun. We ate some local food which I enjoyed very much.
On Sunday, we took a trike down to the dock, onto a boat and onto horseback riding up the Taal Volcano. It was a lot of fun and a beautiful way to spend a sunday.
Loved my get away!
We ordered Bulalo (P490) because according to our attendant, it's good for 5
persons and we won't regret ordering it. We also ordered Ming's Oriental
Garden Salad for appetizer and for sharing. We ordered their Crispy
Tawilis as additional to our main course and Suman with Bucayo for dessert.
The Ming's Oriental Garden Salad was heavenly. The veggies were
... could take a while and there was a chance we could work up an apetite in the process.
I want to make it very clear, this was not on MY itinerary of places I wanted to see/eat at on my Philippine vacation. My Mom loves Willie Revillame - like, LOVES him - and insisted that my cousin take me there to eat. Willie can do no wrong in my mother's eyes! Last year, Ate Baby had dinner there and Willie was actually there and she got to meet and snap a picture ...
... to confirm this fact. "So... do you actually have seats for us on this plane?" I ask, since getting the hell out of here was number one priority for me. "Tsk! Yes. Of COURSE you have seats on the plane," he snapped at me, like I just asked the stupidest question in the history of mankind. "But you ahk-ses bah-gage now. You remove from your bags." Resigned to the fact that he could just keep telling us that the system did not reflect our payment for the ...
Today we booked a trip to trek up the Taal volcano. We met our guide shortly after 8am and found out that the tour would be just for us. What a deal, a private tour for the cost of a regular tour! There are some perks to traveling when no one else does! It took about 90 minutes to reach the town of Tagatay which gave us a view of the lake below and the Taal volcano inside. We could not yet seen the complete set-up, but this was ...