It has become such a struggle for me to justify going to Tagaytay thanks to the traffic these days. Sobrang traffic na sa Tagaytay! But when my family and some family friends planned a brief trip recently, I was propelled by the idea of eating somewhere awesome. On my list was a return trip to Tsokolateria, so I pretty much pushed for us to have a meal here. I first visited Tsokolateria more than eight months ago, but I wasn’t able to write about how impressed I was back then.
I’ve been wanting some time off lately because life has secretly been driving me crazy, so when my family told me they were planning to go up to Tagaytay over the weekend, I decided to come along. No Internet, nothing to remind me about work… Something about being away from the city relaxes the soul somehow. And yet I’m afraid that Tagayatay is quickly becoming commercialized. The traffic is terrible now, but when you get to the place you wish to arrive at, you can’t deny the glorious presence of natural beauty. I hope it stays this way despite all the developments being done here. The weather is usually so…