Nurture Wellness Village
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Nurture Wellness Village Tagaytay
Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
... I started the trek people were coming up to me saying that I need a guild and a horseback. It was starting to do my head in. They were trying to get more money out of me. I ended up ignoring them and carried on walking.
The walk was pretty easy. The only thing was the heat, but even if I had a guild or a horseback I would of still had that problem. You must be an absolute idiot if you got lost on that trail. All you had to do was follow the dirt path.
... kept snapping pictures of the back of his head letting the flash go off. Willie turned around a few times and saw us - Ate Baby waved and said "Hi Willie!" with a big smile on her face so he KNEW that there was a table of four people who wanted to meet him. About 30 minutes of waiting later, Willie got up and went down a far off hallway. We asked the staff where he went and the manager said he may have gone up to the third floor where their event room is and ...
The newlywed, Kuya Jeth & Ate She, decided to explore Tagaytay the day after their wedding and it's our privilege to accompany them. We drafted leave right away for Monday and spend the whole day with them. Yey, Exciting!
Even if it's not our first time on this highland, I always felt sugar rush every time we touch this place. Just imagine the beautiful Taal Volcano and the highland views there, it always fascinates me. To add, ...
... of the pivotal moments in my life. "For allergies," I say, and motion giving myself an injection - gently like using a traditional syringe, not in a violent stabbing manner. She takes the Epi-Pen away, reverently with two hands, and the other four officers convene a huddle, passing this enigmatic object around. Other passengers hurry by and pick their bags off the belt, since nobody at all was watching the screen. Those lucky *******s. The sense of dread ...
... horses are very small compared to what we are used to in the west, they are more like ponies than horses, but quite strong - it did carry me up the hill! (I probably weighed almost as much as it did and I am not kidding). The trail took us about 35 minutes with two ladies leading the horses on foot all the way. More work than I think I could do on a daily basis. I inquired from my escort how many times a day she climbed to the t ...