Royal Taal Inn

Calamba Road, Tagaytay, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calamba Road, Tagaytay.
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Travel Blogs from Tagaytay

Taal and Calamba City Adventures

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 15, 2013

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... gets you mixed up when it comes to days of the week... hehe.

Anyway, the drive to Taal was about 2/2.5 hours and wasn't bad at all. Once we got out of the Metro Manila area, it was smooth sailing - no traffic! It was also raining pretty hard when we left Pilar, but as soon as we were on the highway and away from the city, the rain stopped! What luck! The drive was also scenic too - lots of different types of trees, all of ...

Hair raising visit to the Taal volcano

A travel blog entry by bridportwendy on Jul 06, 2013

... sodden.
We got to the other side (still teeming) and I grabbed the poncho which was under the seat thinking that this would be a good thing. Big mistake it went down to my ankles and was perishing and leaving little bits of blue plastic all over me. I persisted in wearing it even though it was a total nuisance.
The weather cleared a bit and we walked down a gangplank contraption which was set up
on a carpenters horse with a plank attached. We ...

An island within a lake within an island within...

A travel blog entry by lolly2012 on Jan 12, 2013

... deserted bus and were chuffed to find a TV playing English movies. Pretty sure this action movie set in Bangkok never made it to the silver screen though. The ride was comfortable up until the moment where we stopped outside a factory at the end of a night shift and every seat went. Squashed is an understatement as the locals had managed to fit 5 seats where you'd normally get 4. 60km and 2 hours later we arrived. Mathematicians amongst you, an average of 18.75 mph which ...

Hope I don't slip

A travel blog entry by nofixedplans on Jan 17, 2012

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... to beat traffic, but since we had to wait for my aunt, we couldn't leave til early afternoon. Somehow, we managed to still make it to purchase fruit from Tagaytay's plentiful roadside fruit stands. We bought and ate mangosteens (though not completely ripe at the time, but still yummy), chica, various bananas, pina, and lonsones. Mmm, makes my mouth water just remembering how ...

Field Practice Weeks 1-3

A travel blog entry by bethbachman on Apr 23, 2011

1 comment, 4 photos

... after we leave), and disengagement plans. It's a lot of work, but I'm learning so much. Earlier this week, we presented our plans, along with all the other groups, to our faculty preceptors as well as the area's health workers at the Laguna Provincial Health Office. Luckily, our presentation went very well. The preceptors brought up some issues, but they are minor ones that are fixable, and most seemed pleased with our ...