I keep on picturing this beautiful place in Tagaytay which is still vivid in my mind even if its been years since I’ve been there.
Then I recall, its in Canyon woods. I also recalled how traveling makes a person. Personally, it fills up my memory with sublime thoughts until I can’t hold it no more. And then after a wink, I started dreaming of another. Ready to immerse my mind into resplendent proliferation.
Canyon woods (aside from it’s name), at first glance or literally the first time I’ve entered the gates, it was able to bring me somewhere else which felt like I was not in my own country not to mention the colder altitude at that specific time.
Good thing I was with a shawl (in anticipation), as the wind sends specks on your shoulders every now and then.
This is a place ideal for busy individuals who yearns for tranquility and requiescence. It is literally a “breath of fresh air”.
Each gaze directs you to rawness. It was so relaxing. I enjoyed walking a few blocks while I won’t when I am at my usual environment. The clubhouse is specially extra-ordinary.
The lavish food they offer, there are pools and a spa which we noticed was similar to Sanctuario in Malate only to find out it’s one and the same as I was going through their brochure.
I was able to visit the place twice. Honestly, I was wishing for a third one. The first one I was with my former staff, we were accompanied by my parents and the second one was with my high school friends because I was able to convince them to witness the grandeur of the place.
Both experience were unforgettable. Till Then! =)
Coming from Canyon woods, we opted for a coffee which is best for the weather Tagaytay is famous for.
Tagaytay is such a gifted place. As a whole, Philippines is. I could not fathom God’s ingenuity to create a world with such unending beauty. Thank you Lord for such love and generosity! <3<3<3
The place will allow you to take a peek at Taal volcano too!