I’ve been to Tagaytay before but i never got the chance to really explore the popular spots. Thanks to my ever reliable and cuddly travel buddy forever and ever, I finally got to enjoy the place.
We’ve been having plans to go to Tagaytay before I graduated last April. But we never got the chance. Then, out of the blue, we decided of just going to Tagaytay. The next thing we know, we’re already heading off south!
Tagaytay is an hour and a half drive from Manila. So we’re just in time for lunch when we arrived. But since we had breakfast, Reggie drove around for me to see the city. I wasn’t able to get a lot of photos so please forgive me. 🙂 Here are our stopovers.
Stopover 1 – Leslie’s Tagaytay Restaurant
A trip is never complete without the food!! We had lunch at Leslie’s Tagaytay Restaurant.
Here’s our food!
Stopover Two – Lourdes Church
Aside from the Bulalo, Tagaytay is also famous for retreat venues and churches. So when we passed by the Lourdes Church, we took time to offer our petitions.
Stop over three – Tagaytay Picnic Grove
Tagaytay Picnic Grove is popular because families can stay here and spend the entire afternoon under the tree, lying on the grass. The picnic grove also offers Zipline, Cable Cars and Kite Flying. We arrived here at around 2:00 PM and the sun was blazing hot so we just looked for a shady spot. We brought our own blanket and enjoyed the cool breeze. Not to mention, fooling around and cam whoring. 🙂
Then, it was time to leave. I just slept during our trip back to Manila. I’m sorry dear. 🙂
Thank you! Super happy! 🙂