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Explore MyPhilippines: Bag of Beans, Tagaytay City

 Bag of Beans, Tagaytay City Bag of Beans is one of the must visit places in Tagaytay City. I am witness to how Bag of Beans has grown from a small coffee shop to an established dining place that it is now today.  Bag of Beans has also opened several branches along the Tagaytay City tourist stretch with six branches as of this writing. Bag of Beans caters as events venue and is one of the preferred wedding venues in Tagaytay City. Bag of Beans is also now into Bed and Breakfast accommodation. For this particular visit, me and my Family came for lunch. The food is really nice! Of course coffee and dessert after lunch is a must!  It was definitely worth the travel! Photo Credits: Bag of Beans Here is a short video of our latest visit to  Bag of Beans (Main) in Tagaytay City. Here are some photos taken during our last visit to Bag of Beans. This is an alfresco area with Italian theme. This is another side with English County vibe. This is an alfresco area with Italian theme. This is the

Japanese Garden (Caliraya)

Explore MyPHILIPPINES  Japanese Garden Caliraya, Cavinti, Laguna This trip was part of our Outdoor Experience in Caliraya . The first day was spent at the Surf Camp . We stayed there overnight. The next day, we went to the Japanese Garden . The Japanese Garden in Caliraya was built by the Japanese government in 1970s. This landmark was built to commemorate the Japanese soldiers who died during the World War II. Nowadays, the Japanese Garden in Caliraya is a known tourist spot in this part of Laguna. Most of the travel blogs will recommend that you spend some time in this place. The Japanese Garden in Caliraya is open to the public for a minimal fee. Here you can enjoy a picnic together with your family and friends. Or a stroll hand-in-hand with your love one. Here's a water lily flower taken from the pond. Here's a section of the Japanese Garden. You can see old trees around the Japanese Garden in Caliraya. Some of the trees are trimmed like bonsais. In this case, th