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... I’m thinking that a mile should be easy, but I didn’t take into consideration the 85+ degree heat and the slope of the hike. Not only was the hike pretty steep, especially the last 25%, but we had to dodge horse poop the whole way! We couldn’t even look up and enjoy the view as we had to watch every step we took. We also had to step to the side of the trail often to get out of the way of the horses going up.
Tagaytay City is well known because of its very own Taal lake and volcano. Now, let us explore on its different side which some of us are not aware that city of Tagaytay have this mushroom restaurant which have a farm that is really interesting, that's why I decided to capture its extraordinary part. ...
... but turns out, the store we were heading to was also a Balikbayan Handicrafts store and when my Ate Baby asked if they would have a carving there, the man informed her that that store was closed and was now just a warehouse for their stock. If that's not a sign from God, I don't know what is! :) We hung around the store and I picked up some pasalubung for friends and family - I DO like to shop, you know! When it was time to check out, the salespeople ...
... asked "What's 'wang-wang'?" We didn't get the answer while we were in line, but I found out later it refers to the noise that an ambulance or emergency vehicle makes. So basically, long story short, people would often say they had an emergency and cut the lines… hence "no wang-wang." Haha, to silly Americans like us, we had all sorts of ideas in our heads as to what it could mean!
We waited for our bags to make it to the conveyor built ...
... at 50 php or you could wrap your neck scarf around your face like me. Trust me, you will need either one or the other. Up at the top of the main crater, I was naively expecting flowing lava and the works! I broke into a silent laugh when I was faced with an evil looking sulphuric lake in the crater instead. The views however were superbly magnificent.
Looking down the crater, plumes of hot smoke were rising out of cracks on the rocks. Walking west to a ...