Summit Ridge Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Andrea again, but no luck. I decided to go alone and hired to tricycle to take me there. The tricycle driver was saying most of town doesn't have wifi or any internet what so ever.
When I got to the lake. I was trying to get sold a tour which was going to set me back 3,800 pesos which was way too expensive for what they were trying to sell me. I managed to get them down to 1,500 pesos which I thought was still expensive. All I wanted was the boat over ...
... br> with Ming's Suman, I made an exception.
It wasn't very sweet because the suman was almost taste like sticky rice but
the "bucayo" was sweet. Put them together make a lot
difference. It was amazing. Even my friend who doesn't eat
"kakanin" too liked it.
We were surprised when an attendant served us Leche Flan because we didn't
order one even if they suggested that their ...
... to the beach the next day!
I didn't get to bed until past midnight and was up around 5:15 so we could be on the road to the beach around 6. We would be heading to La Luz Beach resort at Laiya about 2.5/3 hours away from Las Pinas. On this adventure, I was accompanied by the "younger" generation - Mickee, his girlfriend Anna and AI. I wasn't sure what to expect because all I know are American beaches which are often busy and crowded. La Luz was what ...
... beautiful dark wood (I don't know what kind) and was rather large by most people's standards - especially Filipinos. Many of the rooms were kept in tack and there were the coolest little hiding places that Aguinaldo had built into the house (including a secret passage to the church in case of emergencies). They even had a pool! All in all, a pretty cool place to visit!
After Kawit, we needed to bring back Ate Neneng and Ate Babylou to their ...
... what a treat this is. The ride was very smooth, it is a lake after all!! It is 20km in diameter and about 150 meters deep. The water was quite warm which makes sense since it is in a caldera. The lake is also home to large farms of Tilapia fish which would be on the menu for lunch.
There are two options to ascending to the rim of the caldera, hike or ride a horse. The horse was going to be 1,600 pesos (about $40) for ...