Summit Ridge Hotel

Km. 58 Maharlika West, Tagaytay, Luzon, 4120, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tagaytay

Hair raising visit to the Taal volcano

A travel blog entry by bridportwendy

... through the ducks and chickens across the black lava beach to our horses. Yes!!! horses. Well this was going to be a challenge. I have never ridden a horse before. Sam said later that I could take that off my
bucket list.

Over came this poor pony which would have probably rather have gone to the knackery. Poncho and all I managed to get on board (mount?) and even put my feet in the stirrups (horsey term) wrapped my thighs around the front bit and ...

An island within a lake within an island within...

A travel blog entry by lolly2012

... and you get... An island within a lake, within an island, within a lake, within an island, within an ocean. Crazy ey. Unfortunately weather wasn't on our side again and as we reached the long ridge road, the clouds came rolling in and we were left looking out into a vast white emptiness. Damage limitation we thought we'd search around for a hotel, and as it being still only 10 in the morning we'd let the sun burn the cloud off. By the time we'd awoken though it was a ...

"...limit to human endurance and ..."

A travel blog entry by elaqid

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... no comments from me. It has sounded its own story at the mouth of its guns. It has scrolled its own epitaph on enemy tablets. But through the bloody haze of its last reverberating shot, I shall always see a vision of grim, gaunt, ghastly me, still unafraid."

To me, the memorial represents well, the feelings expressed by General MacArthur. With so many memorials, monuments around the world, one would think ...

Hope I don't slip

A travel blog entry by nofixedplans

6

... blog here.

As the grounds for where the Chapel were closing, and a hint of sunlight remained, my Aunt insisted we see the hanging bridge, koi pond, and hike in near darkness (actually, it was plenty dark already) to see a panoramic view of Tagaytay. I will say, getting to that view was quite a feat, considering we had two toddlers with us. Fortunately, everyone made it back. ...

Mission Batangas: Tagaytay, Taal & Toes

A travel blog entry by jencinitas

24

... center started by ex-president Ramos’ wife. My cousin Manuel designed the place and because the weather is so humid—they don’t water the plants as the humid air does the job for them. My mom was fascinated by their compost mix and some garden elves which we completely distracted her from purchasing.

After consolidating cars, we descended down the windy, switchback rollercoaster of partially paved and dirt roads of Tagaytay ...

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