Summit Ridge Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
... of them being Amelia who said she was leaving a few days ago. She told me that she had booked her flight home on the 14th of March instead of February. I ****** myself laughing. She had to fork out a load of money just to change her flight date. We all had a good afternoon talking and making each other laugh in the common area. Amelia headed to the airport around 6 to catch her flight.
All of us guys headed out for a bite to eat. We headed to a Philippine ...
... just kept swimming to find more and more!
There's not a whole lot I can say about day except it was relaxing. We swam, ate, slept, swam, ate, slept, showered and left! I only wish there could be AFFORDABLE places like this in America - I may like the beach a lot more if there was!
After a long day, we arrived back in Pilar around 9pm. The sun has a way of really sucking the life out of you so as soon as my head hit the pillow, I was OUT. Before ...
... I would ever get everyone's name straight! Haha, they brought me around to the back of the house where there were more tables and more family members! Angela and I spied a HUGE banner with some pictures of us on it and two cakes - one for my birthday and one to welcome her to the family! I had never seen anything like that banner - it was so COOL! The funny thing is, I knew that there were definitely more family that was there that wouldn't ...
... rides you'll have. It's good that their rides are mostly for kids so we have excuses not to ride every inviting rides that they are offering. hahahaha There's this one though that we think fits us, it's their Sky Eye (ferriswheel). So we are rushing into it with excitement. I love everything about this ride, super romantic when your with your significant other. It's super cool and creepy at times. hahahaha This place claimed that they had ...
... but a bit more difficult, but I kept reminding Mom that it was still easier than the elephant ride we had in India! I hope we are not too sore tomorrow! Back to the boat, across the lake to our awaiting driver/guide and lunch. By now there were a lot more people at the resort, but we had a leisurely lunch of fresh grilled Tilapia, chicken adobo (a Filipino specialty), cooked vegetables and rice of course. It was sumptuous, all of ...