One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... she had a hotel there and was planning in going to the volcano that day. She said I could join her but then we lost contact. I jumped on the bus anyway because one of the guys from the hostel said it was worth going to.
I headed to the bus station he told me to go to but it wasn't going to Taal volcano. It goes to a town near there. I then had to get a tricycle followed by jeepney to get to the town where the volcano. I went to an Internet cafe to try ...
... enough for
us. Actually, we had to take home the soup and few veggies because we
weren't able to finish everything. The meat was tender. The veggies
weren't overcooked and the soup wasn't salty. It was really delicious and
every one of us was happy with it.
The Suman with Bucayo was my favorite. I don't eat "kakanin"
that much because when it comes to desserts, I always like pie or ice ...
... climbing the stairs to the second floor and making our way to the restaurant.
We were the first guests for the evening, and it was a bit awkward at first. The wait staff was VERY attentive since no one was there and for a short amount of time, there were about 3 people staring at us waiting for us to make or order. Long story short, I enjoyed a green mango shake, a chicken cordon bleu for dinner. It went down really well. During dinner, my cousin asked ...
I don't even know where to begin.. I honestly hate being behind on these blogs but it has been a crazy few days driving around, site seeing and meeting people for dinner, etc that I haven't had time to really sit down and bang out an entertaining blog. I don't even know if I have time to write right now, but here I sit... typing away. :)
So let's take a trip back to Thursday. (Let's see if I can actually remember it too.) The plan for the day was to ...
... with FAA regulations that a rounded blade like this, less than 4 inches long, would be carry-on appropriate! Finally, she picks out Rob's Epi-Pen (the dude's deathly allergic to bees). For a moment, I thought "How to delicately explain to a foreign airport screening agent that you have a device which will shoot a sharp needle into a person you are supposed to forcefully stab, in an attempt to send a potent dose of medicine directly into their bloodstream" would ...