Mc Mountain Home Tagaytay
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... Terminal, it is clearly marked up as Tagaytay, tell the driver where you want dropping off and they will do so. I strongly recommend OMP Tagaytay, it is opposite the Lake Hotel and a really good location, they do dorm and separate rooms, everything is clean and comfortable.
The bus cost me around 80 pesos each way. The journey could not have been easier.
The following morning I decided to do the Taal Volcano, I could do the ...
... up and bring it home with me!
Because we were in such a hurry to get to the fitting, we hadn't eaten lunch and were quite hungry when we were finished. We had quick bite to eat with Tita Chary before we parted ways and made our way to Will's Steak Town.
Yes, we headed to dinner right after we had our late lunch... We weren't sure how long it would take to get there from Greenhills, add the traffic, the possibility of getting loss, etc... we ...
... heart when I'm in a church where people are standing... I don't know. To know that each person is there, willing to stand and hear the word of God, receive Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament - it's a beautiful site for me to behold. Mass was in Tagalog which made it a bit difficult to get a grasp of, but I had my trust Magnificat to get me through. Having attended mass in Spanish in Chile, and now in Tagalog in the Philippines, I am once again reminded how much ...
... able to come because they are out in the province. We were saying how we think that there was only about 1/3 of the family present... and there were a LOT of people!
Later they asked me if I knew that this was planned. I have to admit, I thought something was fishy when my Mom called me a couple of weeks ago with the questions: "What is your favorite color?" Here's how our conversation went:
Me: "That's a random question Mom, why ...
... beast with me clutching on staggered over the rocks and ruts. I’ve got all the pictures to prove that I have done it.
When we got around the first few bends there were other mad people coming up and down taking this trek into the wilderness - sorry, bit of an exaggeration - up the mountainside to the volcano. By this time I was a pretty qualified pony rider however I didn't let my guide stop holding the lead. Some of the guides were sitting behind the ...