Taal Vista Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Nice hotel you will have a nice view to Taal Volcano
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As we drove to Tagaytay we passed by pineapple crops and dozens of woodworking shops. I saw some beautiful pieces of furniture and carvings through the car window. We enjoyed a nice breakfast and then needed to find a boat owner to take us across Taal Lake to the volcano. We had to drive almost a half hour down to the base of a mountain via a very winding, sometime dangerous road down to the Taal Lake. Once ...
... Although a bit cloudy, it was still quite beautiful to behold... almost reminding me of my time on the Great Wall of China. Whats great about Tagaytay is that because it's at a much higher elevation, it is pretty cool, temperature wise! So Ate Baby and I sat on patio and enjoyed our coffee and tea and took in the scenery, minus sweating! :)
Before heading home, we made one last stop to at Good Shepherd (a convent/bakery) that sells "Ube Jam" - ...
... it's my Dad... but little do they know, its just a box mix!) Ate Babylou decided to join us for another adventure today too!
Antipolo is about a 2 hour drive from Pilar so we set off a little before 9am. Luckily, the church in Antipolo holds mass every hour, so no matter what time we got there, we would get to a mass. Considering it was Sunday, we really weren't expecting there to be much traffic... but as Kuya Ronnie said, "you can ...
... to confirm this fact. "So... do you actually have seats for us on this plane?" I ask, since getting the hell out of here was number one priority for me. "Tsk! Yes. Of COURSE you have seats on the plane," he snapped at me, like I just asked the stupidest question in the history of mankind. "But you ahk-ses bah-gage now. You remove from your bags." Resigned to the fact that he could just keep telling us that the system did not reflect our payment for the ...
... wouldn't have laughed so hard about everyone thinking men can do everything. The other day one of the men asked Chris, "Do you have any experience in electrical work? [referring to getting the medical bus rewired]". Chris replied, "Well, not really." and the guy replies, "Gooood! We could use you!" So after that Chris now has a standing project of working on the bus with the UK guy Richard whenever there is time and it's not between 11am and ...