Tagaytay Travel Blog: Quarantine Edition

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.


This is my favorite photo in this journey, the fog really makes it cool.



In this picture, if you zoom in very closely, you can read the sign telling you to wear mask, sanitize and check temperatue.


IDK where this staircase lead but it looks scary and dark.

“Oh NO?”

Are they voilating, or are they social distancing? I guess we’ll never know



Same place from above


Of course, this is the reason you’re going to Tagaytay.


Souvenir shop




I don’t know the meaning of this but it looks kinda nice.


Thank you for spending time with my blog. Let me know which one you like the most. Please comment if you have a better title for each images, I’ll consider changing if it fits better.  See you when I see you lol. Ciao!


“Photography for me is not looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.”

— Don McCullin

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  1. Hey buddy, Long time you’ve had great time I appreciate your photography. It’s beautiful. Also, I have one request for your I just wanted to know how can I save my content from being copied. The copyright thing I want to learn.

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