To celebrate my and Mumu’s birthdays last year (actually just around 3 months ago), we had a trip to Tagaytay with the Gangsters (Cebuano friends in Manila). I fell in love with the place all over again! It wasn’t my first time in Tagaytay since we’ve been there during our educational tour last 2010, but because I’ve gotten so used to the usual hustle and bustle of the city, arriving in Tagaytay on a Saturday afternoon with the chilly breeze and relaxing surroundings captured my heart.
The hostel we stayed at was Our Melting Pot Hostel. I loved the style of the hostel — it’s like a normal house with many rooms for the guests. Coupled with the cold temperature and the sunlight through the windows, our stay there couldn’t get any homier! The cost of our stay was PHP2,900 for 2 rooms, each room good for 3 people. For more information, you may visit their website. (Rating: )
It was a cold and rainy afternoon, so we decided to have some bulalo. There were a lot of restaurants around that offered bulalo, but we went for Bulalo Point because they had an area overlooking Taal Lake, though there were some houses that blocked our view. (Rating:)