March 6, 2012

Tagaytay


March. The third month of the year. Where did the 2 months have gone?! Time indeed really flies so fast (LITERALLY). This month is full packed already for me especially for my eldest daughter who will be graduating from elementary. Aside from that there is the graduation ball, practice for the graduation, plays and others. Whew! Just a mere mention of the things makes me tired already. So before my complicated schedule begins, I would like to share with you few happening(s) in my family (hubby's side). This is a 3 part story though. First off the list is our family weekend getaway when we went to Tagaytay last February 25.

It has been a while since the last time we went to Tagaytay. Hubby was suppose to bring us to Solenad but had a last minute change of plans (LITERALLY), and was so happy that the kids agreed to their tatay's IMMEDIATE plan of going to another place. Before we reach Tagaytay hubby decided to take our picture somewhere.

Me with my tres marias


looking our far....

By the time we got to Tagaytay proper it was past 6 in the evening already. Hubby decided to buy a burger at Mushroom Burger. Since my daughters and I are not really fans of the said burger, we all agreed to eat dinner at Summit Ridge. We were suppose to eat at Bacolod's Chicken Inasal when we saw this.


So we decided to try it out since my daughters love Filipino dishes. We ordered Tinolang Manok, 3 pieces of Pork Barbecue and Fried Chicken for my ate Joie. All the viands (ulam) have rice already. Since there are tables and chairs outside of the restaurant, we decided to eat there to feel the cool weather of Tagaytay.

the very hot and delicious Tinolang Manok
this order is good for 2 to 3 persons.

this was suppose to be 3 but since
I am hungry already I ate one.

After dinner we left Francis there because he was still finishing his report that was submitted on the Monday. My daughters and I were surprised to see that there is already a TIANGGIAN there. My 2 daughters bought 2 shorts worth 100.00 pesos.



This duo will keep you company whether you're
eating in any of the restaurants there
or doing some shopping at the
tianggian.



my youngest pleaded to me to buy
her a bubble which is just 35.00
so buy na para ndi na makulit. And
there she played with her 2 older sisters and
a little girl who was so happy with the
bubbles as well.

The girls and I had a grand time with our prince charming, Francis. The kids are hoping to go back there again.... Soon...

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