Now, don't get me wrong. I love my job. However, I do miss being able to just pack my bags and travel whenever I feel like it. Fortunately, there are still that one place that is easy to get to and enjoy on my days off: Tagaytay!
Why is Tagaytay my go-to place? Well, for one, it's so darned near (especially for me coz I live in the South. Secondly, you don't even have to stay there if you don't have the luxury of time to. You can just day trip it! And lastly, it isn't as hot there as it is in Manila.
If you decide to day trip it, here are some things you can do in Tagaytay:
Touch a camel.
Enjoy laughter and cheap food.
And wait for the sun to set.
You don't even have to say goodbye to civilisation if you don't want to, either, because there are so many places to go to in Tagaytay, including beer pong places, delicious food spots, Starbucks and this bunch of fun stuff:
If you really wanna stay the night or even for the weekend, you can even stay at View Park Hotel:
Okay, wait. Let me breathe for a second. That turned out to become the ultimate trip down memory lane. Sigh.
Anyway, now that you've enjoyed some of the best of the bests of my previously active blogging life, let me segue to Samsonite. :p
Regardless of where you decide to go for the summer, Samsonite Red should be your bag of choice when you go as it isn't just fashionable; it's dependable, too! They also have a variety of options for you to choose from!
O diba? Doesn't he just wanna make you buy a bag? :p
Seriously, though. Check them out. I was floored by how versatile Samsonite has become. I still remember the days when all that they were was a big and clunky luggage brand (I even have proof in our still-alive Samsonite luggages). Imma stop now coz I'm starting to sound old.
Samsonite Red is available nationwide in selected Rustan's department stores, Ayala Malls, SM department storers, Robinsons Mall, KCC Veranza Mall, Resorts World, Eastwood Mall, Podium, Lucky Chinatown Mall, Shoppesville Greenhills, Paseo de Sta Rosa, Shangri-La Mall, Bonifacio High Street Central and Limketkai Mall.