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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... It's basically considered an island, within a lake, within an island, within a lake. Taal volcano is on the island of Luzon, within a lake called Lake Taal, within an island called Volcano Island, and within the crater lake that lays at the center of Volcano Island is another tiny island. Right... confused? Yea, me too.
After breakfast we were picked up by our tour organizer, Tony. ...
To get to Taal volcano we need to go through Tagaytay city which over looks the volcano. We pass lots of pineapples and durian for sale at the road side stands. Tagaytay is known for their pineapple and durian plantations. The 20km road from Tagaytay city to the waterfront is steep and winding. It takes us almost 45 minutes. On the way down we talked to a local that would take us to his boat and drive us to Taal ...
The Ruetschles have welcomed me into there home for the next few days and have made me feel right at home. What a blessing they are! Michelle and Steve have three boys, Aiden, Jude, and Zephyr, all sweeties. Steve was in an accident a few years ago and was a Paraplegic but God has worked in his body and he can walk! Steve pastors Union Church of Manila in Makati, Manila.
-My first day of work at ...
... here tasted sweeter then the American counterpart, but I don't know if that is true or my own interpretation. I ate it without butter and finished the whole thing - that tells you a lot about how yummy it was!
Spending the day outside, in the sun and swimming really tires a girl out! After returning to Pilar, I uploaded some pics, had dinner, watched my soaps and now end my day with you. :)
Tomorrow, I head to my Mom's ...
... Mom and taking a shower! Once again, my nemesis, jetlag, reared her ugly head at me - again, around 3am. I had to get up at 5 because we were trying to leave by 5:30 to get to the ferry by 7 with traffic. Long story short, I fought a losing battle and tossed and turned for 2 hours. Boo.
The ferry ride to Corregidor was touch and go there for a little bit. You see, when it comes to small ferries, I tend to get sea sick. I haven't quite figured ...