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.
... she had a hotel there and was planning in going to the volcano that day. She said I could join her but then we lost contact. I jumped on the bus anyway because one of the guys from the hostel said it was worth going to.
I headed to the bus station he told me to go to but it wasn't going to Taal volcano. It goes to a town near there. I then had to get a tricycle followed by jeepney to get to the town where the volcano. I went to an Internet cafe to try ...
... br> with Ming's Suman, I made an exception.
It wasn't very sweet because the suman was almost taste like sticky rice but
the "bucayo" was sweet. Put them together make a lot
difference. It was amazing. Even my friend who doesn't eat
"kakanin" too liked it.
We were surprised when an attendant served us Leche Flan because we didn't
order one even if they suggested that their ...
... 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 ...
... after a further 2 minutes of feebly shuffling the contents of my bag around with an air of boredom and curiosity, she suddenly announces, "You have Swiss knife", without retrieving said item. Was that what she was looking for this whole time?? ****! I do! I retrieve it immediately, expecting her to gleefully confiscate it. "You have checked bags, ma'am?" Yes I do! So Rob gets the go-ahead to drop off the offending knife into our bags. He finds a bunch of guys ...