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This Week in Tagaytay (September 19 to 25, 2016)

It’s a good time to visit farm-to-table garden restaurants in Tagaytay.

By: Rei L. | September 19, 2016
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It will be another wet week filled with heavy showers and thunderstorms. Umbrellas and raincoats must be kept handy especially on afternoon strolls.


Going to Tagaytay from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay, Metro Manila, usually takes an hour and a half via South Luzon Expressway if without traffic. Tagaytay is mostly flood-free because of its high elevation. Nonetheless, traffic can still be heavy when there is rain and during weekends due to the influx of travelers heading there for a weekend respite. Reports say that heavy traffic could last for three to seven hours when traversing Dasmariñas Road and Nuvali, Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road.


Rootcon 10

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The upcoming ROOTCON 10 to be held at Taal Vista Hotel (Photo from ROOTCON official website)

ROOTCON will hold its 10th IT Security and Hacking Conference called ROOTCON 10 on September 22 and 23. The two-day event will be held at Taal Vista Hotel, gathering IT professionals and enthusiasts. The program will include educational talks by local and international experts, trainings, contests, and a fellowship party.


Photography sessions might be nice when it isn’t raining

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The garden with its resident dog (Photo courtesy of Lime and Basil Thai Restaurant)

When visiting any of the listed farm-to-table restaurants, bringing a nice camera is highly recommended. After a hearty meal, one can take a stroll at the restaurant's garden or farm and take photos that are surely Instagram-worthy.

Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.
Photos are from the official websites and Facebook pages of featured establishments and organizers.
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About Rei L.
A writing major from UP Los Baños, Rei is currently pursuing a career in food and lifestyle writing. She is a self-indulgent, go-getting, independent twenty-something career girl who loves coffee, solitude, and hugs. A sentimental writer, she considers coffee shops her haven and writing her refuge.
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