Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines
I have always been a lover of natural wonders and a great fan of adventures. Since I was a child, to have my feet stepped on the lands on places which offer such was a profound longing. The fact that I work with people who are equally enthusiastic of such happenings, we packed our things up, grabbed our cameras to complete the ensemble of our getaway, and geared for a three-day exciting and riveting escape to the south.
Having with us two great photographers, our spellbinding side trip to Tagaytay City was immortalized in impressive, worth-displaying photographs, and are indeed worth bringing home as a priceless memento.
The gateway to the People’s Park in the Sky. The sky seemed to dance in a halo as it welcomed us to this beauty bound place.
This place can’t get any fuller having these three lovely dahlins gracing its pathways to the sky of breathtaking scenery.
The stunning sky connived with our photo shoot made possible of course by a master photographer, Kuya Carlo. This scene brought us to the Pantheons in Rome.
And there we go, the sole evidence that we were at the People’s Park in the Sky!
The Shrine of Our Lady, Mother of Fair Love came to life as we allowed ourselves get engrossed in this historical, holy place.
We were totally mystified at the sight of this place seen from the view deck of the park. It made me feel like wanting to have my rest house built here. The ever-lovely green landscape is just enchanting!
And yes, this place is a perfect place for a photo shoot for any occasion! I might even have my pre-nup here one day!
Finally, the most anticipated spellbound panorama, the stunning, jaw-dropping splendor, Taal Lake!
And here I am, completely engrossed with this wonderful gift of nature. Lovely, isn’t it?
More photos from the South coming soon that will surely entice you to put these places on your list for your next backpacking tours!