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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 ...
... the mould. Shame. On another day it would have been the best burger Banyan leaf stop, half way from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap - 7/10 Not an airport stop but it was a travel day and the rest of the menu looked a bit shady Burger was very small but was homemade and ground up beef. Chips were cut freshly from a potato and still had skins. All in, an unexpectedly extremely pleasant burger experience. Bangkok - 8/10 BK mmmmm (cheap and dirty) 5 places to get ...
... does show it's age, but at the same time it's beauty - elaborate paintings on the wall, gold plating on the altar and beautiful icons all lend itself for a pretty nice church. After walking around and admiring the church, we made our way up the bell tower. Now, I don't normally like heights, but I'm all about getting the best view as possible! So off we went. I remember going up the top of the York Minster in England, and hands down, ...
... guess. Anyways, lunch. Lunch was buffet style and included paella, roasted potatoes (for the carb loving girl in me), buttered vegetables, barbecue chicken and beef stew... all very delicious! We continued on our tour after lunch and saw some of the destroyed barracks. Random story, but so typical Ellaine... she kept talking about the barracks and of course she had this Filipino accent so I could understand where some may not have understood what she ...