Taking a Break: Relaxing Stay at Summit Ridge Hotel Tagaytay and more



ShareTweet Taking a Break: Relaxing Stay at Summit Ridge Hotel Tagaytay and more My feet is so much at home with the comforts of Summit Ridge Hotel As I said in my previous posts on Taking A Break Series, it was definitely a pause from my hammock-hanging-adventures. Staying in a hotel has been a perfect reward for this backpacker-slash-runner-slash-blogger. Thank you very much! Summit Ridge Hotel, Aguinaldo Rd., Tagaytay City I must admit, I cannot afford to stay in hotels like Summit Ridge Tagaytay during my escapades but that doesn’t mean that I don’t like the idea. I love it […]

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Taking a Break: Robinsons Tagaytay Promenade Food Tour



ShareTweet Taking a Break: Robinsons Tagaytay Promenade Food Tour (Part 2 of 3) A collection of Filipino Cuisine, from Ilocos to Bacolod, Cavite to Pampanga, practically all foods gastronomic is represented here. Tagaytay City has been a favorite getaway of most urban dwellers in the busy Manila. It has also been a favorite destination of foreigners because of its proximity not to mention its cold weather, fresh fruits and scenic volcano perched on Lake Taal. Taal Lake as seen from my room (8th floor) at Summit Ridge Tagaytay What more, its food choices would make every tummy ask for more, […]

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Palawan’s Kinilaw na Tamilok



ShareTweet Palawan’s Kinilaw na Tamilok (or Tamilok Ceviche) I was excited to feast on fresh seafoods when i first visited Palawan, back in 2008. The thoughts of garlic crabs & shrimps, grilled tuna and lobster filled my mind every time I would enter a restaurant. Are you brave enough to taste this? Photo by cyberbaguioboy Tamilok on its natural habitat- rotting mangrove trees. Photo by Rita W. When I asked my local friend on what I should try in Palawan, without thinking twice he said, I should try “tamilok.” Almost everyone I met would ask, “Natikman mo na ba yung […]

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