Nurture Wellness Village
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
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... us down Tagaytay (the city basically sits atop a mountain) on a very narrow, windy road... not gonna lie, it was pretty scary. At the bottom of the mountain was a town called Talisay where we would officially begin our tour. Again, we took a larger row boat with an engine and out rig that would carry us across the lake. Our tour guide to the island was a young man named Kevin.
Just like with the other boats, the ride was enjoyable. ...
To get to Taal volcano we need to go through Tagaytay city which over looks the volcano. We pass lots of pineapples and durian for sale at the road side stands. Tagaytay is known for their pineapple and durian plantations. The 20km road from Tagaytay city to the waterfront is steep and winding. It takes us almost 45 minutes. On the way down we talked to a local that would take us to his boat and drive us to Taal ...
... got an 8. Steak and ribs look amazing Vientiane - (-753/10) - Chinese restaurant name unknown to westerners The restaurant advertises double cheese and bacon burgers. After 5 minutes of sitting there thinking my day was looking up, they tell us there's no burgers. I am really ****** off I have a beer instead but it's no consolation for the let down ***** Da Nang - 4/10 - Lucky restaurant (before check in) It's definitely a burger but it was cold and ...
... windows - I had never really seen anything like them!
When we made our way to Taal we were greeted with architecture that is reminiscent of Spanish colonization (although, since I wasn't there, I wouldn't actually KNOW this). It was really cool how many of the structures stayed true to these early roots and even though they have been renovated over the years, they preserve their history. Super cool if you ask me!
... a few. It was just not just one straight tunnel either, but had many lateral tunnels branching off the main one. We had an opportunity to pay extra and walk through the tunnel to watch a "light and sound show," but we opted not to and instead, see more of the island with Stella. I actually liked this because it made for a more intimate tour AND in the end, when the rest of the group came out of the other side of the tunnel, we were able to walk in at ...