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Tagaytay Adventures: RSM Lutong Bahay

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Right after checking in on our hotel in Tagaytay, the first place we went to is a restaurant called RSM Lutong Bahay. It was my second visit to the restaurant. A couple of years ago, me and my high school friends went to eat at RSM and I remembered how delicious the food was. I recommended the place to my sister and they all want to try the food. It was only one jeepney ride away from our hotel. It’s popular too, so, you can just ask the driver to drop you off at the restaurant. If you brought your car with you, there’s a large parking space in the front of the restaurant.

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As soon as we got there we were seated right away. The staff were very nice and corteous. They gave us a table that provided us a wonderful view of the Taal Lake. It was a little chilly though, but it was a nice spot.

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The restaurant also offers buffet meals, but we completely missed the lunch buffet. We were about an hour late.  We had the famous bulalo, chicken barbecue, rice wrapped in banana leaves and leche flan for dessert. We enjoyed the food, especially their bulalo.

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Before leaving the restaurant, we made sure to take snaps of the view and the rest of the area. It’s a must place to visit if you want to have a good Filipino meal with an astounding view of the Taal Lake. It’s a perfect place for families, big or small groups, couples, etc. 

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If you’re in Tagaytay and looking for a place with the best Bulalo, you should consider going to RSM Lutong Bahay, it will not disappoint. Wonderful service, good food, great view, what more can you ask for?

What I do when I’m on vacation

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Happy Monday!

I woke up early today for no reason and while everyone is sleeping I opened my phone and browsed through my picture gallery. I went out with friends and family recently so I do have a lot of selfies and group pictures. However, what I find really funny (and a little bit horrifying) is the amount of food pictures I have! I realized that I am eating a LOT these days, and I am starting to be afraid of my growing waistline. It’s going to be a real b!tch to lose weight when my vacation is over. Sigh. Here are some of the photos I saved:

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When I’m not outside hanging out with friends, I mostly stay home and read. There are a lot of good books that came out this January and here are the few that I read and enjoyed:

The Mistake by Elle Kennedy
Built by Jay Crownover
Big Rock by Lauren Blakely
Appealed by Emma Chase
Happily Ever Ninja by Penny Reid

I also loved Elizabeth Hunter’s Irin Chronicles Christmas special: On A Clear Winter Night. I am an avid fan of Hunter’s new BenZin novella which she posts weekly on her blog for free! I can’t wait to read the conplete version of Imitation and Alchemy!

Well, I hope you guys have a great day ahead today! I’ll go back to bed since it’s still early and I’m still on vacation! Woohoo!

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