Though it took us more than two hours before reaching this place due to traffic, the sight of seeing this view of Taal Lake was really wonderful and worth the time and effort to visit. It was getting late in the afternoon and there were already many people around when we arrived. My son-in-law had a hard time looking for a space to park his vehicle. After paying our entrance fees, we excitedly looked around the place. The weather was perfect, very windy and cool. We went to the hilltop and view the whole place as shown below:
Tagaytay's Sky Eye is known for it's tallest ferris wheel in the country beating MOA Eye and Enchanted Kingdom's Wheel of Fate.It was an exciting one-day trip for me also because it was not only my first time to visit the place, but most important was, the fun time I had to spend with my grandkids again. Fun, fun, fun… Remember my Happy, Happy Me Part 5? Last time, we went to a shopping mall where we played games, watched movie, dined out together, etc… This time, it was different. I was surprised and at the same time, had fear when my eldest grandson who is 14 years old, took the courage to ride this adventurous aerial runway.
While my youngest grandson has also fear, not of this zipline ride, but of being alone in a room. He can't sleep at night by himself. Though he is already 10 years old, he likes to have a company to sleep beside him till he gets sleep. He is a hyperactive kid. I just didn't know behind his having a phobia before. Later, my son-in-law said that he can see spirits in a certain place, so he has a "third eye." As of now, he doesn't know yet how to handle his ability because he is still too young. I believe in this because I have this "third eye," too.