Tagaytay Road Trip on a Rainy Sunday
Hubby and I just love going on impromptu trips. We don’t care if we’re just going to the supermarket, wet market or buy supplies — what matters is that we spend some time together. Yes, every couple needs a time to go out, no matter how busy they both are.
It doesn’t have to be an expensive dinner or movie date.
Hubby and I would date in a nearby unlimited lugawan in the wee hours of the morning. It’s more fun, really!
Eating is a part of our date, we cannot go anywhere or do anything without eating out, kahit tokwa’t baboy pa yan
Okay, let’s move on and tap my topic: “Tagaytay Road Trip on a Rainy Sunday” lol
Last weekend, about 5:30PM (yes, almost night time) I asked hubby if he wanted to drive our motorcycle to Tagaytay — and he said YES! Of course we put on our helmets but at the back of my mind I was wishing that we had scorpion motorcycle helmets on.
So off we go to Tagaytay but instead of taking the Bacoor-Imus-Dasma-Silang-Tagaytay route via Aguinaldo Highway, we took the Molino Bacoor-Paliparan-Greenwoods alternative route-Silang-Tagaytay. It’s way, way shorter as we didn’t have to pass through the horrendous traffic jams in Imus and Dasma
Arrived there around 6:30PM, just in time for the mass in Our Lady of Lourdes Church but no we couldn’t get inside because I was wearing shorty-shorts hehe
So what else should we do but EAT? We found ourselves craving for Japanese food so Teriyaki Boy it is!
Around 7:45 we were bound home when it started raining We didn’t bring any rain gear so just imagine how soaked we were when we reach Dasma! The long drive from there to Bacoor dried us up LOL
Lessons learned that day:
- In this schizophrenic weather, always, always bring your rain gear.
- Dates doesn’t have to be expensive