View Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
... is also good. The
attendant smiled at us and said it was "on the house".
The Leche Flan was big and very creamy. It wasn't as sweet as the ones we
get in supermarkets. Everything we ate was a delight. If this place
weren't far, I'd probably go back here next weekend to try more of their salad
and other Filipino dishes like Kare-Kare. I wish we could go back here
... this would be much better for us to ride the horse. He did have a vested interest since he too would have to walk if we chose that option!
Attention future visitors to the Taal volcano: unless you are an avid trekker, I recommend spending the few extra dollars to ride the horses. The trek is pretty steep and narrow with horses going up and down causing a lot of dust. It can be done, but....... Back to our adventure.
... here is Beef and Pork. I think, if one does not eat any of the above meats, then you sure to starve to death in the Philippines. Chicken is available, but scanty. Lamb and mutton is remote...there was no sign of it anywhere. Fish is also difficult to get. Only the very poor people eat fish and ...
... is an active volcano, actually very active. It has not erupted since 1977 and is well over due blowing it's top again. Cathy and I were surprised at how populated the area around the volcano was. We quickly found a hotel that sat directly on the rim of the crater with spectacular views down into the crater. The crater is about ten miles across and has lake in the bottom of it. In the middle of this crater lake protrudes another mini volcano ...
Angono also celebrates the Higantes Festival every November 23. The festival is also called the feast of San Clemente, the town’s patron saint. This tradition started during the Spanish times when locals used giant effigies made of bamboo, cloth, and paper mache to express their objection against the Spanish hacienderos who once ruled the town.
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