Tagaytay Country Hotel
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The Philippines are in a geologically very active area, so a volcano is never far. That one -the Taal Volcano - is special due to its unique shape. The volcano is very flat and forms an island in a big lake. The crater has filled with up water too, so there is another small lake (and actually another island) inside the island. Manila is only a 2-hour drive away, so the whole area has turned into a popular weekend destination with lots of hotels and a ...
My family and I went to Tagaytay last weekend for a road trip. We were
surprised of the heavy traffic who welcomed us when we arrived Sta. Rosa.
It was a religious group (I will not say the name anymore) that came to an
event via loads of buses, jeepneys, and other mode of transportation and parked
in the highway without any care of the other commuters and travelers who are
not part of that religious ...
... Mom was super excited about this! She gave me specific instructions that if I were to meet him, to ask him to say my mother's name on the air. So this is why eating at Will's Steak Town was a necessary stop... had to go for my Mama!
It took us about another hour or so to make our way to the restaurant, but we found it a little before 7pm (probably more like 6:15/6:30!). We weren't hungry, and we noticed that a lot of people were not pulling into ...
... have you noticed that Filipinos love their malls?!?). I had some spaghetti and meatballs for lunch... I know, I'm in the Philippines, but I like how Filipinos (especially my Mom) make spaghetti so I decided to give it a try... it was good, but not as good as Mom's! :)
Our last stop of the day was to a shopping center called Greenhills for one last ditch effort to find my Mom's Last Supper carving. Long story short, it was a fail. :( We found ...
... ear; discomfort from being obviously too tall for the seat he was now wedged in, like a baby kangaroo in a chicken's womb. We got to Manila after the hour-long flight, and while following signs for "Transfers", we realized that it basically just dumps you into the public area of the terminal, so we have to look for "Departures", i.e.: security screening again. My carry-on does its same one step forward//two steps back jig on the belt through the x-ray scanner, so I ...