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Tagaytay is a cool place to visit and settle

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71Tagaytay is one of the favorite tourist destination and retirement village in thePhilippines.  It is an hour and 15 minutes drive from Manilavia the South Superhighway or through the Coastal Road.    Pass through Carmona Exit if going through the South Superhighway and drive down through the Governor’s Drive andSilang up to the entrance of Tagaytay City.   You may also pass through South Superhighway, take Sta. Rosa exit going straight to Tagaytay City.  74Or if you want cheaper transportation, you may ride a bus if you don’t have too much baggage.  With that, you can ride a taxi or a shuttle at the airport going to the Tagaytay bus terminal.  The bus going to Tagaytay or Batangas passes through Aguinaldo Hi-way Cavite(less convenient path).  This alternate route is via the Coastal Road: Indang and Mendez Roads on Trece Martirez and Amadeo areas.  From Laguna, you may reach Tagaytay through the Carmona exit.   To avoid getting lost, might as well contact me via email or my mobile before you go.  I will gladly assist and guide you.  If you want, I can even fetch you and your companion at the airport without spending much.  My email is denissalvatierra@yahoo.com.  I will provide my mobile upon request via email.

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1st. Transportation – Flight Booking – Land Transportation (private or public transpo) 

2nd. Accommodation

The choice depends on the purpose of stay as not all who go to Tagaytay are tourist.  Others are retirees, businessmen,  convention attendees, investors, etc.  I can assist  or recommend but I need to know the preference and target budget.  There are various types:  Hotel / Apartment type / Transient House / Condominium type, vacation cottage, Log house, etc.

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Hotels

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Condominium or Apartment type

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Log House

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European theme subdivision houses

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Residential House & Lot

There’s more and I can lead you to your preferred type and target cost.

123rd.  The Food As Tagaytay is both a tourist destination and retirement village, almost any type of cuisines can be found here and there are so many types of restaurants and bars to choose from.  Tagaytay is strategically near to vegetable farms, fruit plantation, fish port, fresh water fish pond, groceries and malls, almost anything are easy to

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4th. The People Among the common foreign guest and retirees are as follows: Americans, Japanese, Koreans, European, Indian, Iranian, other Middle East nationals, Chinese, Australian.  Most recently, I helped an American build his business in the Philippines.  The people are very friendly and the crime is 0% rate. I talked to the policemen, I was told that most of the incidents they responded are commonly minor road accidents only.  I was once a tourist in Tagaytay who decided to stay here for good.

5th. Places

There’s more.  If you want to go to Tagaytay Philippines, I can help you find a place to stay and places to visit and enjoy a relaxing vacation away from your busy life in the city.  Aside from Vacation, other are settling for good or stay for either retirement or medical purposes/medical tourism.  Other recommended places are as follows: – Palawan – Bohol – Davao – Cebu – Mountain Province – Vigan – Bicol, etc.

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Boating

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Medical Tourism / Treatment

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Festivities Dining

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Spa/Massage

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Abundant Fruits

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Fresh Sea foods (salt water or fresh water fish)

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Organic and common vegetables

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Wooden crafts and furnitures

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Cool Climate / Foggy atmosphere

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Pottery

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Convention or Business

There’s more!

You can email me directly at denissalvatierra@yahoo.com

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Moringa is one of the few topics that generate lots of readers.  Allow me to share a few of the remarks or comments.

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I received all of your documents and let me congratulate you about them, they are very professional and the information you had compile in it for sure can represent more than the US$100 you are asking for, which by the way we will send to you asap, I’ll let you know so you can give me your banking information so I can transfer it directly to your account.
 
By looking at your presentations and video clips I can see that you have some kind of communication or art background, using a Pentax Digital camera, one of the best, and editing your videos like a pro. Where you a photographer or camera man before. I was i earned my living for many years as a photographer, check me in Facebook under Mario XXXXXXX XXXXXXX.
 
Something else I notice is your humanitarian approach, where you ever like that? I can feel that you are a very compassional man and I like that very much. I’ll like to get to know you better in the near future.
 
Hoping that your wife is improving from her illness I send you my best regards,
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Lebo (Botswana)
 
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Dear friend, I’ll like to go back to the help I’m bringing into this forgotten part of the world. As I explained some emails back, I’m working with groups of small farmers; each one of them owns 5-10 hectares. I started on this on January last year, 2011 with 130 plants right in the middle of the desert, in sand with some organic fertilizer and a bucket of water a week. Our results were better than expected and we harvested 84 kilos of seeds. Not much under some other standards, but good enough for us to plant another seedling area and to start a huge biomass of Moringa for ethanol. That’s our goal.
 
If we do that, we will be helping around 50,000 to 100,000 people to come out of poverty and we (other people involved) will receive whatever is fare. I know I won’t be able to do this project by myself, I just don’t have that kind of money, but there are people interested on investing on projects like this, and that’s why we need a good Feasibility Study that could bring investors into this kind of project.
 
This could be the biggest project of Moringa in South America and we have the land (1700 hectares to start up) and the will to do it. I estimate the investment to be not less than 400 million dollars including the Ethanol Processing Plant. Can you help us?
 
Best regards,
 
Mario (Peru)
 
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