We drove to Tagaytay for the first time last weekend. The bad thing was, we missed the exit going to Tagaytay City from SLEX, so the trip going there was not a fun experience at all. Anyhow, we were able to make it to Picnic Grove after almost 3 hours-- one of the good things.
Plus, we saw these fruit stalls where there was a great pineapple plantation at the back. I bought 2 kilos of yellow mangoes, 5 pieces of pineapples, a papaya, and jackfruit from one of the stalls. Tagaytay mangoes and pineapples are the sweetest. They made me want to go back there soon.
Hubby and I just celebrated our 5th year anniversary of being together last month. While picnicking that day, I remembered how grateful I am to have found "my pair". In fact, even more grateful that we were given a precious daughter.
I can't be happier. I love these two so much!
Doğum günün kutlu olsun... Bebeğim! ♥
Advance Happy Father's Day too!!!
And then, the weather was sunny and partly cloudy that day. Thanks God it did not rain! We enjoyed picnicking all day while looking at the lovely view of Taal Lake and Taal volcano.
Some of the interesting things to try, aside from riding a horse and flying a kite, over at Tagaytay's Picnic Grove are zip lining and riding the cable car. Do you dare to ride?
I swear it was a good idea to visit this place-- very relaxing. Too relaxing that I forgot to take photos of every detail of our picnic. We brought breakfast, chicken barbecue, pancit canton (Chinese noodles), rice, BreadTalk cake, and then bought a couple of Collette's buco pie on the road for our food.