Days Hotel Tagaytay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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There is a small resort town about 1hr. outside of Manila, called Tagaytay that's home to the world's smallest active volcano called Taal. Gayle got a group together to make the trip out there this weekend. Gayle and her husband drove us but stayed in Tagaytay while Noel, Jowie and I hiked up to the top of the volcano. Michelle, Elsie and Claire took public transportation and left Manila about an hour behind us. It took them 3 hours ...
... that any price tag that did not have an "X" on it was 50% off and hot damn, EVERY piece I picked up was 50% off! SCORE! Happy shopper!
We enjoyed lunch at the Aristocrat, where Kuya Ronnie and Ate Baby used to go on dates (haha) and then made our way back to Las Pinas to pick up Ate Neneng who would be joining us the rest of the day as we went to the mall for some more shopping and then to Kuya Edwin and Ate Omay's house to have dinner again. ...
... like the good old days. Everyone seems to have a purpose they all seem to be going somewhere.
Suddenly when all was going well the buss pulled up and the conductor told us to get off as the bus was going to the depot. Fortunately Sam has a sense of direction and a bit of an idea where we were in amongst the thousands of people around us so we headed to the railway and got a ticket to near where we were staying. That bit sounds easy, but when you ...
... at 10 am. Only to get stuck in a massive traffic jam immediately outside of the Rotunda! I was glad that the air conditioning was working well.
Keni Po Hotel
Finally in Tagaytay town at 1 pm. Hopped onto a tricycle and went straight to Keni Po hotel. Best room I stayed in Philippines so far - 1500 php for air-con, wifi, hot shower. You get to use a small swimming pool in the back but it is too small for anything at all. On the way to Keni Po in the ...
With Rob severely drugged up but still in lots of pain, we arrived at Puerto Princesa airport for our AirPhil Express flight. We provided our passports and booking print-outs to the scrawny, unhappy dude behind the counter, he went "hmmmmm" and frowned a lot, walked away to confer with his equally frowny co-workers, came back, said "Wait,", walked away again, and was now on his cellphone, jabbering away in rapid fire Tagalog. We could make out the words "excess ...