Sunday, August 11, 2013

Foggy Tagaytay

We had an impromptu trip to Tagaytay last weekend when the Nacuas invited us to Nica's birthday celebration in Natures Discovery Camp in Tagaytay City. It was such a short notice but invites like this shouldn't be declined; these guys are like family, although they live thousands of miles away from us. The last time I saw them was before Gabbie was born. Daddy Mike is Nica's ninong and Tito Nax is Rafa's ninong as well. Macan was our wedding coordinator and has been a good friend eversince. Everytime Daddy Mike goes to Germany. He would always have a dinner or lunch at the Nacua's, and the kids always get pasalubong from them.

And so we went to Tagaytay right after Rafa's regular check up in Capitol Medical, at already past 1 in the afternoon. We were there around 3PM. The surrounding was a little hazy at first then would get a little darker as we drove towards the swimming party venue. There were some point where there was zero visibility that we had to pull over for our safety. When we reached the Camp, all I could see was fog all over. We were like floating in the clouds, and it was really cold. But that didn't stop the girls from plunging into the water as if it was summer.

The fog subsided an hour or so later, and the kids continued to enjoy the pool which by the way, had fresh water and didn't smell of chlorine whatsoever. It was cold but it was nice and the kids had so much fun we had to literally drag Gabbie out of the water when it was already time to pack up.

Thank you Nacua family for the foggy Tagaytay experience. Hehe. Hope to see you again, soon. And hopefully the next time the kids would be experiencing not just fog, but also snow, in Germany :)

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