Residence Inn Tagaytay
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... soda, pictures and t-shirts. We stayed at the top for about 30 minutes and it started to rain a bit and a nice breeze came through. We contemplated taking a horse back down, but we figured if we could survive the hike up, the hike down has to be much easier, and it was. The hike down only took us about 35 minutes but halfway down it started to rain harder. The soil started to get muddier and the rocks got slippery so we just had ...
... feels good in your body.
All of their items there were made of organic ingredients and mostly with honey or bee wax. The soaps smell good. I actually bought three types of soaps because my sister-in-law spoke highly of their products.
The place was small and going there was quite a challenge because first, the signage weren't big enough to see and second, the road is narrow and not ...
... craving a thick Red Robin burger now though... thankfully, I already have plans to hit it up on Saturday when I get home :)
Marnie had suggested to her parents that they take me to a Starbucks that has a view of the lake and the volcano while in Tagaytay since most of the hotels/resorts now only allow guests take in the view from their respective spots. We located the Starbucks and it, indeed, had a pretty spectacular view of the lake and ...
... s being staying at Ate Baby's, so we sat and chatted for a bit when we arrived from our day trip. She pulled out some old pictures from our family visits in the 80s and 90s. :) Fond memories for sure!
It looks like they are calling for more rain tomorrow so it looks like my spa day is a definite go for tomorrow! I'm going to go all out this time and spend a few hours there... for less than $100, I can't go wrong. :)
... alot of skin friction on my (ahem) bum crack! The boat back to mainland was marvellously scenic with the setting sun but that meant that I missed out on the sunset photo opportunity at the top of the ridge. We hurried in our tricycle and stopping occasionally to check out viewpoints but we were too late. Dinner at Java Jazz surprised me with a wonderful modern filipino pork dish. Java jazz is also an artist's gallery and the waiting staff were an absolute delight to chat ...