Archive of month: September 2017

Tong Kee Restaurant

Tong Kee Restaurant is a Chinese restaurant located in Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Silang, Cavite. They serve affordable but delicious Chinese delicacies. Coming from Manila, this is what you will see on your right side. But this is their entrance, just in front of the highway Busy and I were starving so we ordered immediately. Here […]

Daranak Falls

After Busy and I, together with our friends finished our adventure in Calinawan Cave, we went straight to Daranak Falls. Daranak Falls is one of the popular falls in Tanay, Rizal, Philippines, because it is very easy to go here. There is a sign from Marcos highway which will lead you to the parking area […]

Calinawan Cave

During our short Rizal visit, we had a chance to visit the Calinawan Cave quickly. Calinawan Cave was named after the word “linaw” which means clarification. The cave is dark but named Calinawan because during the world war, Filipinos and the Americans meet here and had clarifications or agreements. The cave is located in Tanay, […]

Fire Lake Grill

Busy and I together with our friends Aubrey and Paul went to Tagaytay to have our dinner. Aubrey recently came back from abroad so she said she’ll treat us Yey! So, we went to The Cliffhouse in Tagaytay just along Aguinaldo Highway. The Cliffhouse Tagaytay is a compound composed of a hotel which they called […]

Masungi Georeserve Reservation Process

Visiting Masungi Georeserve requires a reservation. I hope this step-by-step blog on the reservation process can help everyone. To view my blog about or journey, please visit: https://happyandbusytravels.wordpress.com/2017/09/09/masungi-georeserve/ Disclaimer: I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE PHOTOS, THESE WERE SCREENSHOTS FROM THE WEBSITE OF MASUNGI GEORESERVE.  Here is the link to their website: http://www.masungigeoreserve.com/ Step 1: Go […]

Masungi Georeserve

Masungi Georeserve is a huge area abundant with life. Plants are everywhere, and some animals and insects lives in the area. As discussed during our orientation, they told us that Masungi is from the word “masungki” or “sungki sungki” a Filipino word meaning “spikes that are not aligned”. They also told us that this is […]