Tagaytay Econo Inn
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It was rainy Sunday when we decided to go Tagaytay. It's my wife's first time to go there.
... so much easier.
When you get to the top, theres a look out and different views, spend your time getting amazing shots and just enjoying the beautiful view. If you head to the right, you can pay a separate entrance fee to see to the lava, its only 50 pesos and you get a 360 degree view which is worth it. The lava isnt as red as it is shown as but you still see the sulphur smoke.
I wish I could have spent longer up there, there ...
... came through for me! Seriously, DELICIOUS!
Tuesday we were planning on heading to the National Museum... then we learned that Lebron James was in Manila doing an exhibition for Nike. Honestly, I knew Lebron would cause even MORE traffic than there already was in Manila and I just didn't have the desire to see the museum that much to sit in traffic. SO... we scraped the museum plan but we did need to venture out to check if there was a Last Supper ...
... point, he hopped on the back of a jeepney, jumped off, and continued to run through the street showing us which way to get to the church. It felt as though he was just zig zagging through the village, but since many of the streets were one way, he had to kind of take us a round about way. My cousins laughed at me as I giggled at how this young man ran... every time he took a step, his other foot would kick his own butt - not good form AT ALL for a ...
... knew what to do now - I was such a pro!! Sam walked back but I was keen to improve my already mastered riding skills.
The poor horse staggered down with all my weight on it. When we got to the bottom the lady wanted my white gardening gloves back and I had to pay for them. What a rip off - 80cents - I paid up because I knew it was going to a good cause - to be washed and offered to the next gullible novice.
Back on our boat 'Star Catcher'' where we ...