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... down. We went down on a tricycle and managed to agree 100 pesos per bike going down and then 150 per bike coming up. It was quite a hard bargain to strike.The tricycle will take you to a boat place. Theres a whole line of places that run the boats across, dont be scared of asking around. Each boat can take up to 6 people and the cost per boat is 1500 so theres nothing stopping you from sharing a boat. We shopped around and managed to get a ...
... Although a bit cloudy, it was still quite beautiful to behold... almost reminding me of my time on the Great Wall of China. Whats great about Tagaytay is that because it's at a much higher elevation, it is pretty cool, temperature wise! So Ate Baby and I sat on patio and enjoyed our coffee and tea and took in the scenery, minus sweating! :)
Before heading home, we made one last stop to at Good Shepherd (a convent/bakery) that sells "Ube Jam" - ...
... it's my Dad... but little do they know, its just a box mix!) Ate Babylou decided to join us for another adventure today too!
Antipolo is about a 2 hour drive from Pilar so we set off a little before 9am. Luckily, the church in Antipolo holds mass every hour, so no matter what time we got there, we would get to a mass. Considering it was Sunday, we really weren't expecting there to be much traffic... but as Kuya Ronnie said, "you can ...
There was a lot of steam coming out of the mountain. Being allergic to sulphur I held my breath as we passed by and again nearly fell off.
At the top we dismounted, and walked up to the top of the crater. It was filled with water - very deep but a bit of an anticlimax considering all the excitement leading up to it.
A couple of locals were trying to sell Sam a hit of golf balls into the crater at equivalent to 40c a ball. He said no - ...
... a major treat for all. We had a leisurally breakfast then walked around the mall a bit. Then we proceeded to my choice of experiences of the day, "the world's largest jigsaw puzzle collection" Guniess Book of World Records. We arrived and it was a gorgeous property, gorgeous flowers, etc. we took the tour of the puzzles, learned about puzzles, took pictures, walked around, etc. we also saw "cocks" the Asisan Warriors which are ...