Visual Diary: Quick trip to Tagaytay

Every other month, we usually go to Tagaytay to buy meat from Mahogany Market. I’m not sure why my granddad prefers buying beef there, I mean I know it’s cheaper but the toll + gas? It’s pretty much the same if we’ll add it all up! I guess my family just enjoy going to Tagaytay every once in awhile. PS: If you’re a southie, you already know this! Tagaytay is our go-to place! *giggles*

By the way, I edited them using my own preset. YES. I KNOW RIGHT. I CAN’T BELIEVE IT MYSELF EITHER! But yes, I made them myself and its actually my first attempt to create one. I’m so happy with how they turned out!

 

 

 

So, I decided to bring my camera with me that day and I took a few photos. I also vlogged that day but I haven’t edited it yet. *sad*

 

 

That’s my granddad!

 

 

I was supposed to buy succulents from that Market but I forgot because I got distracted with lugaw! Haha. There was a lugaw vendor and we ate while walking around the market.

 

 

We left the Market and stopped by Starbucks while they were deciding where to eat.

 

 

A cute resto that we’re supposed to eat at but they don’t accept CC. *sad* I really liked the vibe of the place!

 

 

They are currently extending their resto and this part is still under construction. It’s so nice!!! Sayang! We ended up eating at Dencio’s even though they also don’t accept CCs because it started raining and the kids are already grumpy.

 

 

 

 

Of course – the obligatory shot of the Taal Lake because you can never have enough photos of that lake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I took A LOT of photos of the Taal Lake and I don’t want them to go to waste so I’m sharing most of it!

 

 

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Danica Rama
    July 17, 2017 at 10:19 am

    Personal posts like this makes me wanna start blogging again 🙁 Amazing photos and preset CA!

  • Reply
    Kai RAFANAN
    July 21, 2017 at 2:13 pm

    The last time I’ve been to Tagaytay was three years ago! I missed that place so much especially the sight of taal lake. It was Christmas that time. I like the presets! I hope you will sell them too soon 🙂

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