Picnic Grove, Tagaytay vinneve fotos
One of my favorite place to go out of Manila is Tagaytay City. Cool but warm people welcoming you as they are used to so many tourists both foreign nationals and locals flocking to their beautiful City which is also one of the many provinces of the Country.
“Allow NATURE’s peace to flow into you as Sunshine flows into trees” by John Muir
I always go to provinces and enjoy LIFE and SERENITY it brings.
Taal Volcano, vinnevefotos
Taal Volcano, Tagaytay
zip line @picnic grove
sunset @picnic grove
PICNIC GROVE – Park, Picnic & Adventure.
Zip line, vinnevefoto
scenery @skyranch, vinneve
rides @skyranch, vinnevefoto
SKY RANCH – Fun and adventure for the whole family
Chapel near our hotel
Ayala mall @Tagaytay
Posh Subd @Tagaytay,vinnevefoto
Road to Picnic grove,vinnevefoto
This is my province on my mother side. I am much closer to my relatives here so I am always visiting whenever I am in the Country. Batangas is famous for beautiful beaches and rugged forest. Here a glimpse of where I spent some of my childhood memories with my cousins and many relatives. It changed though as nowadays the same road that I walked through when the road is made of lava stones are now a busy concrete road to a famous resort and to other “Barrio” district/suburb. I found out that a big Corporation is buying out some big lands here and I knew having a land here is like having a goldmine so it pays to keep it for the next generation to enjoy than have this Commercial giant owned some pieces of it, nature will not be the same again. As the younger generation leaves for Manila or abroad it is sad but it is inevitable this might happen.
And here where I spent some of our days with my favorite aunt who also takes care of me while I was a child. Lots of foods to go nearby… pomelo, papaya, kamias for sour soup and I consider this as a fruit as I ate this so much when I was a child. So many fruits and vegetables here not to mention that Batangas is known for it’s coffee beans.
Kamias, also called bilimbi, cucumber tree or tree sorrel photocredit: Wikipedia
Suha in Tagalog language
my aunt’s plants
my aunt’s place
And yes this is TRUE… for me at least.
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This LINK (Byahe/Journey of/ ni Drew) you will see some insights and beautiful places in my beloved province of my birth Country. I will always love this place!