Emiramona Garden Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
... noon time and since our legs and bodies were aching from that hike up the volcano, we decided to hop in the hotel's infinity pool. Considering the pool at the Marina de Bay in Palawan was pretty warm, we assumed that this pool would also be a comfortable temperature... oh no, not so. It was COLD and after a few laps and standing around in the water, I wanted out. I left the pool hoping and praying that maybe, just maybe, it relaxed my ...
... volcano. I found my hotel without too much trouble. I did pass it and had to take a tricycle back to the resort but with the help of some very nice locals I reached my destination. The resort sits on the bank of Taal Lake which is really the rim of the old volcano. In the distant you can see the smoke rising from the active volcano in the middle of the lake. I was greeted by the owner of the resort ...
... came through for me! Seriously, DELICIOUS!
Tuesday we were planning on heading to the National Museum... then we learned that Lebron James was in Manila doing an exhibition for Nike. Honestly, I knew Lebron would cause even MORE traffic than there already was in Manila and I just didn't have the desire to see the museum that much to sit in traffic. SO... we scraped the museum plan but we did need to venture out to check if there was a Last Supper ...
... Calamba City - filled with lots and lots of tricycles. Have I explained tricycles yet? I don't think I have. Anyway, tricycles are basically motorcycles with side cars and are just another mode of public transportation. Anyway, Calamba City was hopping and we weren't quite sure where Rizal's home was so we asked a tricycle driver who pointed us in the right direction... well kind of. We had to make some turns, but eventually approached ...
... of an appetite. Ate Baby made me some green tea and now I lay here finishing this blog!
Tomorrow is going to be a rest day for me... I ask that you all say some prayers for me because after this experience on this ferry, I am pretty scared about getting on the ferry next week to visit my family in the province on Mindoro. That's a bigger ferry and a longer ride and I do NOT want to get sick there.
Here's to a good nights rest for me tonight - cheers!