Monday, May 22, 2017


I have never been to Tagaytay. Yes, this most certainly is an appropriate time to insert any sad, dramatic music. All this time of staying in Manila, not once have I travelled in that direction- well, not until my friends called me up for a spontaneous road trip to the "second summer capital of the Philippines". Finally.

Isn't this a relaxing photo? For those who love all things indie, this is the place for you. After having dinner and taking a couple of photos, we passed by this cafe on our way home, and it's a good thing that we did. 

One of Tagaytay's tourist attractions is this cafe, "Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe". The ambiance is as relaxing as the food they serve, though I was too much in awe of the interior that I didn't get to take photos of our orders.

Here are a couple of the photos I took. Let's start off with the "lobby" (yes, there's a second floor!).

Almost all of the things are for sale- from whatever is on those shelves to the dreamcatchers and other merchandise they hang on their wall, which are beautifully made by their team. 

We asked about these, and they said that a school for arts and crafts will be opening very soon!

Just look at these. Who wouldn't want to bring one (two, three?) home?

We then checked out the 2nd floor. It wasn't a very spacious area, and the ventilation is as expected; however, everything else on that floor is just what any traveller (especially bloggers and bookworms) would enjoy. 

The photo above is my current Facebook profile photo! And the one below this is of me and two of my good friends, taking advantage of the "Instagram-worthy" props.

So bummed out that I don't have photos of the food we had. We ordered drinks and a matcha and chocolate dessert. Pricey but worth it!

Will you be visiting this cafe soon?

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