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Biyernes, Hulyo 26, 2013

TAGAYTAY: mga unang stopover

Travelling to the sky city is fun especially when commuting.  With the new southwest terminal opening on August 6, 2013, all travel to the province of Cavite including Tagaytay will be served by a new bus station in Paranaque Coastal Mall.  (the Lawton route is currently within the Quirino Vito Cruz area, the Cubao route is still pending since the San Agustin Bus Company has one terminal near the EDSA Farmers Plaza, Erjohn Terminal is near MRT Pasay along with the Genesis Transport, for some commuters they also tried UV Express and Balibago bound buses in Buendia Ave.)

Plying and commuting through the Aguinaldo Highway, weekend travel is much lighter in the morning.  Passing through the historic cities of Bacoor, Imus and Dasmarinas, one would see the continuous boom of industrialization and urbanization of the province of Cavite.  Passing through the first class town of Silang, a number of establishments from universities, organic farms, restaurants also would make you take a first look.
You may try in your next travel itinerary

Cafe San Antonio Lalaan II Silang Cavite

Cafe San Antonio, is coffee shop cum bookstore located in the Rogationist College complex along Aguinaldo Highway, RC happened to be my alma mater.

Tagaytay is just minutes away.

First Stop:

The Pink Sisters along with Angel Hills Retreat center are two of the most frequented religious spots.  Tagaytay dubbed as the Vatican of the Philippines boas of a hundred seminaries, retreat houses and monasteries...Its no wonder the Sky City is very popular during summer.  Just after the Welcome to Tagaytay billboards you will be able to reach this popular convent of the Pink Sisters.

Me and my GSP Shares friends drop by from our Hamvention at the Dominique Hotel just nearby.  Thank you Miss Cynthia for this picture. 

Meditating at the Pink Sisters Convent with Cynthia, Joan and Rosy of GSP

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