I went to Tagaytay
Before I share with you the beautiful places I’ve been to, I just wanna share 2 things that I’ve noticed with this journey. First, It feels good to finally be able to travel after a very long time, it’s like when you stretch your legs after sitting the whole day, that’s what it is like. But the catch is that even though the feeling is very nostalgic, the crowd and the situation will make you feel like there’s really nothing to remember at all. The world is so brand new, that it lacks something to remind you of how it used to be, everything around is a reminder that you’re not in the same world you used to live before this pandemic happened. Second, although it’s fun, the experience kinda feels dry or different. It is because there are rules that you have to follow, every destination needs your signature, they need to check your temperature, sanitize, and fill up the health declaration form. All those things that you have to do kinda spoils the fun of traveling. Don’t get me wrong about this, I am not compalaining I’m just telling you the sacrifices you have to make if you are planning on achieving some travel goals this new year because I still highly recommend traveling if you are feeling sick inside of your house. Without further ado. Our first stop is People’s park.
“I WALK A LONELY ROAD”
“ROAD TO HEAVEN”
“STAIRWAY TO SOMEWHERE”
“SOMEWHERE IN CAVITE”
“LET THE RIVER RUN”
THAT’S THE LAST BIT
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