Tagaytay Carnivale ++

Colorful trains going around the former horseback-riding spot in Tagaytay

The Dining Room at Gourmet Farms

For Ma's birthday weekend, we stayed at one of Tagaytay's hotels and had our lunch at The Dining Room. Most of the ingredients in their meals are grown at their expansive backyard.

Guests are free to join a walking tour inside their farm.

Herbs, other leafy greens and coffee beans are organically-grown here. The city's cool climate is conducive for these. 

Before we headed home the following day, one special request from the celebrant was to visit Sky Ranch. The place was previously similar to the Wright Park of Baguio and was "recently" converted into a kitschy family amusement park.

This was the only ride we lined up for. Its fee was quite pricey for a very brief ride that lets you have lofty views of the city and the famous little volcano. 

A visit to Tagaytay will never be complete without a shot of this.

There were other rides but mostly were for kids, for adults-supervising kids and for kids. It's obviously a family spot for lolos and their apos. 

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