Thanks to Wreych, my Tito’s wife, who refuses to be called Tita, for arranging our accommodation in DAP.
We stayed in a cottage. It is a bungalow house with two rooms, two t&b, spacious living area, indoor and outdoor kitchen,and garage. Kung alam ko lang na ganun, dinala namin sana yung rice cooker namin! Ok sa alright yung accommodation namin, yun lang, brownout magdamag! Kaya siguro hindi naalala ni mama na dalahin yung rice cooker. Nagkaproblema sa mismong poste ng Meralco. They offered to transfer us into a one room suite but we refused so tiis kami. Aside sa candle-lit dinner namin, di naman namin maxado ramdam na brownout magdamag. 😛 They gave us extra mattresses and breakfast for 4 for free, parang danyos perwisyo. They also arranged a room for us where we can take a bath for the hot and cold water. Di ko gugustuhing maligo dun without the hot water sa lamig! Couple of hours before our early check out, nagkakuryente. Ayos! Keri lang naman talaga yung brownout. No big deal. We were surprised at the amount we paid for. More than 50% off!
We checked out early because we are still going to Palace in the Sky and that we need to be home early because Kev and Gab are still going to watch KPOP concert that night.
At People’s Park or Palace in the Sky, you can hike going up or ride a jeepney. In our case, since we have two little girls in tow, we rode the the jeepney. For the first 8 people, it costs PhP40. Every succeeding person costs PhP5 each. Aside from the great view of the lake, there was not much to rave about. The place is not well-maintained and vandalism is everywhere. Even the signage is so crappy! I wish government can fix this. Sayang, daming tourists ang nagpupunta at nakakakita.
It was already noon when we left Palace in the Sky. We stopped by rotonda again to buy delicious yema from that store I forgot to take the name. Their yema is solid until the insides, PhP160/25pcs. We bought 4 boxes, 3 of which, Kev will bring home to Guam. And I was able to buy Tito Louie’s lambanog for his boss!
Another thing we did in Tagaytay was to take jump shots. Si Maxyn, mega effort tumalon, si Ate Alex naman, effortless!
And let me finish this post with a cute posing of the girls and my sister and bf by the DAP logo. Parang dalaga lang si Ate Alex!!
Good to see you blogging about family again. I love the family action photos!
We miss driving to Tagaytay. We hope to do that this summer. I realize it’s been more than a year since we went there. Shame talaga kasi we’re just 45 minutes away on good traffic. Hahaha.
have a good week!