Christmas vacation was going to end soon, and although I didn't have it since I was self-employed, I still pushed through my plans of going to Fantasy World and Bearseum, in Batangas and Cavite, respectively. There aren't many activities to do inside, but you can unleash the child inside you and take pictures.
I have been intrigued by La Bella Tagaytay, particularly of their Bodhi Cafe, ever since it appeared on my feed a year ago. So when I finally had time and funds, I did not waste my chance to have our staycation there. Directions Of course, a private car is much better than commuting. But if … Continue reading A Simple Staycation at La Bella Boutique Hotel
Attachment has always been an issue to me. I have been afraid to interact with people, knowing our relationships will be short-lived. I have always thought that getting to know only a few people means hurting only a few people when I pass. Oo, advanced ako mag-isip. Patay agad. But quite recently, maybe two years … Continue reading We Put the Gay in Tagaytay: A Trip to Tagaytay Prime Residences, Sky Ranch, Dreamland Arts and Crafts Café, and Caffe Nativo
Since we had no work last Thursday, we decided to travel to a place that reminded us of Christmas. Thanks to the Internet, we found the Gingerbread House in Alfonso, Tagaytay. We arrived at the DLTB Station in Pasay around one in the afternoon and took a bus. We were looking for a Nasugbu label, … Continue reading Gingerbread House and Nuvali Trip
Tagaytay is a popular town in Cavite, known for its climate and overlooking view of the Taal Lake and Taal Volcano. We planned to go to at least six restaurants and even at Sky Ranch, but two days were not enough. We took a bus going to Nasugbu in Pasay, and then we were dropped … Continue reading Tagaytay Escapade