During my solo staycation, One Tagaytay Place made my stay comfortable and safe, and here’s why. 🙂 The hotel is just behind 7-eleven and just beside Southridge subdivision, along Tagay-Calamba road. It is only a 5-min ride from Olivares (Tagaytay rotunda) and it can be seen easily (but if you’re commuting, it can be accessible via trike). the road going to the hotel is rather steep for those who has their rides with them, it’s best to park the car outside the hotel. I was given welcome drinks after
I’m proud to day that my parents are college graduates. My dad always tell me that the only thing that he can passed on to me is the education, for it won’t be replaced by anything else. This one is so true, for I’m now had a stable job, I can travel to places, buy anything I want and now living in a life of a luxury (not really that grand, just right :P). But aside from that, I can share the things that I’ve learned. It’s good to be
The original plan was to go to Tagaytay days before my birthday using my overnight accommodation to One Tagaytay Place that I’ve got at the Blogapalooza with a friend of mine, but she backed out the last minute. Yes I’m furious, but I really wanna go. I made last minute decisions, quick scan on Google, and an overnight itinerary on my solo overnight trip. I’m riding solo No I don’t have a car. I usually go there with a friend who has a car, usually for coffee, Bulalo and
I admit that my parents are too tad strict on us, but I can now see why my mom and dad’s like that on me. I was schooled in our neighborhood catholic school that is being run by Dominican nuns, being fetched by my mom almost everyday and doing sunday services like clockwork. I admit that I like the routine, but the strictness is something that makes me stressed out. I do admit that I’d rather stayed at the church than going to our relatives who are living in Mandaluyong.
Growing up, our family are still living on ancient beliefs and traditions. Since both of my parents are both probinsyanas, we are all doing some all sort of things in all occasions based on the age-old catholic belief. Being born and raised as a catholic, I was exposed on different traditions that I find amazing, indifferent, and made me question its existence. I also had this WTF moments on beliefs that made me ask: why should we need to do this? it’s not even relevant to the occasion? I know it’s