Last Sunday, me and my girls had a quick get-together at Tagaytay. Though we all had our fair share of worries for the upcoming week, it just felt great to see each other again.
After our roadtrip to Tagaytay, we initially attempted to eat at Balay Dako. However, the place was booked and we were already hungry. (The view of Taal was spectacular though!)
We went to Carlos Pizza instead since it was just right beside BD. We ate outside with Taal just there.
Of course, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to take photos.
Before going down, we stopped over on one side of the road to take photos.
I loved that quick break. It was the first weekend that I just went out without really working on something. (The best part was, of course, being updated on each other’s lives despite not always seeing each other. Love you!)
Sometimes, we see things better when we have a limited perspective of the big picture. Maybe, it’s because darkness doesn’t only have a way of bringing out the shadows, but also, light.
The games we play. These are two of my students playing chess in Tampuhan Cafe.
Among a crowd of shadows. This picture highlights one of my co-teachers, standing outside the Taal Basilica.
Secret passage. This one of my students posing at the Marcela Agoncilio museum.
Taal Narnia. This one of my students, exploring the Taal Basilica.