A Quick Time Out--- We Head For Tagaytay

05 February 2013

The beginning of 2013 was pretty hectic for us, especially for me. It's school work and hangover from the holidays that's been bugging me. Plus, 2 weeks after the new year my youngest son got terribly sick. To sum it up, the first month of 2013 was pressuring.  We all want our kids to recover fast and of course, we don't want them to get sick. Through the years of being a full time mom, I've learned a lot of things everytime my little ones would get sick. As much as possible, I stay away from hospitals and do home treatments with the help of our family doctor. But with the recent situation with Mikee, I "almost" gave up and thought of bringing him in a hospital.  It was very draining.

We were able to solve the health issue by changing and adjusting my son's milk in-take and diet. Thank God that good results came out immediately.
Once my son got better, we decided to go to Tagaytay to relax. My husband went on leave and as an additional blessing, a relative from GA came to visit us. Tagaytay City has always been our quick getaway destination. We never get tired of it. We love the cool climate, clean air, the view of the good 'ol Taal Volcano and tempting restaurants.
Our first stop for the day was Paseo de Sta. Rosa. It was a beautiful morning to go for a relaxing stroll around the area. When we got there, most of the shops were still closed, few were already open. We window shopped a bit looking for nice things that we can purchase on our way back from Tagaytay.
In Tagaytay, we first visited our favorite place. The Taal Vista Hotel. Chillaxing with a great view, windy morning and photo fun moments with my family.
Then, we had lunch in RSM where we also spent time with our Tita from GA, Perry and his family. We enjoyed so much Filipino dishes. There's Kare-kare, Signature Bulalo of Tagayatay, Lumpiang Sariwa, Pancit Malabon and Crispy Pata. For dessert, we feasted on Leche Flan, Buko Pandan and Ice cream for this kids.
The view from the second of RSM Restaurant was spectacular. We've been in and out of RSM Tagaytay but it was just recently when we found out that they have a second floor. Anyway, aside from the great view, we were also enjoying the cool breeze and acapella songs from the musicians of RSM.

1 comment:

Jonalyn Quita said...

Tagaytay is just 45 mins from here in BiƱan. So when we have our own transportation Na, hope we can go there anytime we want :) good for you Ench and your whole family. It's a great place to relax.

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