Relaxing Tagaytay couple ride with John and Joyce. Ride was also almost traffic free as we passed through the Amadeo Route. Good food and good times with good friends. Enjoyed the food at Boutique Bed and Breakfast Hawaiian BBQ.
So we took the hassle-free route via Amadeo, a 4th class municipality in Cavite and dubbed as “The Coffee Capital of the Philippines” because of its famous Amadeo Coffee. This path leads you right at the intersection near the Mahogany Market. I fancy this route due to the fact that there are very few public transporation here such as those ubiquitous jeepneys, and even though there are far less vehicles here it is still relatively safe since most of the areas you will pass by are residential ones. From the usual 2 to 2 1/2 hour ride, we managed to reach Tagaytay from Alabang in roughly an hour and a half.
Since this is more of a “food trip ride”, we set our sights on having our late lunch at Hawaiian Bar-B-Que of Boracay fame.
Hope you guys enjoy the mouth-watering pictures I am about to share:
This is the entrace to the Boutique Bed and Breakfast
Hawaiian Chicken Rice – Good for four!
This will be the tallest stack of onion rings you will ever see!
These Baby Back Ribs are to die for – 700 pesos only
The interior leading to the restaurant inside
Good times with good friends. Definitely something I cherish and am thankful for
– Erik Gatmaitan is the author of http://www.pinoyrider.com – Journeying the Philippines SOLO on a motorbike.
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