Decorated like an old-world manor, entering Pamana Tagaytay feels almost as if you’ve been invited to dine at the ancestral home of a wealthy friend. (Except of course, you’re paying lol.) The walls are decorated with dozens of old photographs, and as you go up the stairs you get a glimpse of the lives of the people who live there.
Chilly weather, lush and mountainous greenery, the lovely Taal Lake– those are the first few thoughts that come to my mind when someone mentions the word Tagaytay. It’s a little getaway that’s becoming more popular as the years go by, especially for us city folk who would like nothing more than to escape the heat and the hustle-bustle of pretty much everything. I’m not sure how many times I’ve visited this place in my life– it couldn’t have been more than 10 times. Lately though we’ve been driving up there a lot, and I find myself falling more and more in love with the place. The drive is long and…