Motorcycle Road Trip To Tagaytay: Beautiful Views, Winding Roads, and (Of Course) Bulalo
I’d heard a lot about Tagaytay, the famous tourist city; but until this last weekend, I’d never had the chance to visit it. Neither had my fiance, David, for that matter, despite living in the Philippines his whole life (as opposed to my year and a half here). So, since we had business to accomplish in Cavite during the weekend, which meant we were halfway there already, we decided it was the perfect opportunity to go all the way and take a motorcycle road trip to Tagaytay!
Equipped with just a map, a change of shirt in case we decided to spend the night, and our trusty motorcycle, “Maleficar”, we headed off to the windy city.
There are advantages and disadvantages to going on a motorcycle road trip to Tagaytay. Cons include no protection from the heat of the sun or getting soaked by rain, but there are definitely pros such as being able to maneuver through traffic for faster travel time, and the cheap cost of filling up the gas tank. We stopped at a Petron gas station on the way to our destination and filled up ol’ Maleficar for just over 100 pesos.
Right across from the gas station was Cafe Amadeo, and since we were coming off of a night shift with no sleep yet, coffee sounded like a perfectly wonderful thing at the moment.
I was looking forward to something hot to drink because it was a cold, overcast day and the drive was making me pretty cold. I ordered a hot caramel cappuccino, which they served with a bit of cinnamon on top. It was pretty good coffee!
Despite the chill, David still went for an iced drink and ordered an iced Irish cream latte. Of course, I had a taste of his, too, and it was pretty tasty, as well. We ordered some pandesal on the side, which I enjoyed dipping into my cappuccino.[fb_instant_article_ad_01]?