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Bus to Tagaytay
I was rather surprised at my taxi driver this morning for not knowing about the bus terminal to Tagaytay, even though the directions were quite clear - BSC bus terminal at Pasay Rotunda. We got there in the end and he managed to spot a BSC bus entering the rotunda, so he followed suit. There was a very long queue to a BSC bus …
... was divine. I love the sunflower seeds and the
crispy noodles. One serving definitely will not be enough because you
will ask for more. Homemade dressings are available for sale and we
bought one. ;)
The Crispy Tawilis was definitely crunchy. It tasted well with vinegar
and "atsara". It's wasn't salty. Just the way I like it.
The Bulalo was huge. The attendant was right. ...
... necessary (you all know me by now and photo angles, etc)! We arrived at the small resort which would be our base of operation for the day (arranged by the tour company) where we stored our water in the freezer for our return, purchased two new cold bottles for the trek and headed for the small boat which would take us a cross e lake to the volcano itself. Once again, no one else had arrived at the resort so we we the only two on ...
... and spend the day enjoying the weather and view with their family. Even when I was there, loads of people were coming in here.
The weather seems to be cooler here from noon onwards and the heavy mist starts setting in. It was quite a steep walk climbing up to this house and jeepney ...
... the Americans left behind. These jeepneys are a real practical way of getting around town, once you understand how they operate. Another thing about jeepneys is the owners love to "pimp" them up. They do this in many ways such as covering them in chrome, lights and mirrors.
It took us two jeepney rides to reach the place where we were to catch our bus down to the south of Luzon. We have since traveled a lot on jeepneys and I am a ...