Moon Garden Tagaytay Experience (with friendship, tears and daydreaming in between)

My friends, I would be so glad if you’ll take time and visit this wonderful entry of my friend Jonabelle (nah, she’s Jonalyn but I would like to call her that way, lol). Her photos are lovelier than mine… 🙂

Jonabelle, thank you for seeing me as an inspiration, you are one too! I laughed out loud when I read about the pineapple thingy. Dredd, what can I say about the “my poreless sky”???

I love you two, now how do I leave? Argh, you are giving me a hard time!

“Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.”
– Anaïs Nin

Sometime ago, three women who love books and are mad about coffee decided to take some time off from their busy lives and wander around Tagaytay with their backpacks and flourishing wings. They wanted to just ran away from the poison of the city. One just basically want to eat (Ha!).
With Google map, a tight budget, notebooks in hand and little bit of luck and charm – they created one memorable weekend full of beautiful things and heavenly food.

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