Tagaytay Country Hotel
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... park. The journey to the peak is already worth itself: In a sidecar of a motorcycle I drove down a winding road to the lakeshore, then I took a boat to the island, and from there (I took the lazy way, I have to admit), I rode up on a horseback to the crater. Once I passed the pushy vendors, I got one of the most spectacular views ever! You could even see the activity of the volcano as there was steam coming up. And where else do you get to see a lake inside a lake? ...
Instead of a 45 minute travel (from Manila to Tagaytay), we reached Tagaytay
with an hour in a half travel time because of that event somewhere in Sta. Rosa
and Nuvali. It made us super hungry especially my brother who was
driving. We agreed to have lunch somewhere in Tagaytay proper but decided
to have quick visit at my mom's friend's garden shop called Ming's Garden
because we might not be able ...
... climbing the stairs to the second floor and making our way to the restaurant.
We were the first guests for the evening, and it was a bit awkward at first. The wait staff was VERY attentive since no one was there and for a short amount of time, there were about 3 people staring at us waiting for us to make or order. Long story short, I enjoyed a green mango shake, a chicken cordon bleu for dinner. It went down really well. During dinner, my cousin asked ...
... out there. I'm pretty sure my Mom will fall over when she hears that I ate bangus, but I figure… if I'm going to eat it, might as well eat it in the Philippines! Lunch also included si****ng again, rice and ended with a sweet mango… my favorite! YUM!
In an effort to get me out of the house and seeing things, my niece Marnie and her husband Ver took me out to see some of what Las Pinas has to offer! Our first stop was a church ...
... to be the next big thing within the CALABARZON area.
Truly, there are so many wonderful places to explore in this favorite weekend getaway of many Filipinos. But what really thrills me, and probably other tourists, is the city’s breathtaking visual treat — the fabulous panorama of the world’s smallest volcano and its seemingly serene lake.