Mijo Hotel Tagaytay
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... pulls up this time every single day, so of course they are going to be waiting there.
When I arrived at pink Manila. One of the guys working there let me and another guy stay the night for free because it was nearly morning anyway. He told us to sleep on the sofas which was actually really nice and comfortable. We fell asleep watching tv.
In the morning I decided to head to Taal volcano which is 60km South of Manila. I was talking to Andrea and ...
... 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. ...
... kept snapping pictures of the back of his head letting the flash go off. Willie turned around a few times and saw us - Ate Baby waved and said "Hi Willie!" with a big smile on her face so he KNEW that there was a table of four people who wanted to meet him. About 30 minutes of waiting later, Willie got up and went down a far off hallway. We asked the staff where he went and the manager said he may have gone up to the third floor where their event room is and ...
... she either found it in her bag or my bag, but she placed a small sandwich bag by my face and the rest is history. The majority of this time my eyes were closed and each time I tried to peak open, I felt light headed. Ate Baby wiped my face as I continued to sweat - thank God for her! It was just like having my Mom with me! What felt like an eternity passed (probably more like 20 minutes) and we made it back to Manila. We waited for everyone else ...
... step: an island in a lake in an island. There was another level to this coming up!
The weather looked perfect with just enough clouds to give the photos and awesome depth. The sun was really pretty hot already and I could only imagine how it would be during the hike. After a short photo op at the top of the rim in Tagatay, we started our descent down the very steep hillside on a narrow winding road. A couple other photo ...