The Charm of a Rustic Villa: Hacienda Isabellamichael1
Last Good Friday, we took a detour from our regular Tagaytay get-away. The drive to Sampalok Lake in Laguna down to Tiaong, Quezon, for a Holy week day tour, a few years back was still fresh in my husband’s memory. We didn’t plan a summer outing for the Holy week since we have booked our first week of June for a visit to Dumaguete and Negros.
So to cap off the month of March, we headed down Indang, Cavite to explore some hidden falls or lakes. My uncle used to bring us to Indang when we were kids. From time to time his then wife would bring us to the river to cool off and watch the neighboring ladies wash their clothes. Also, far as I know, it is where he was able to amass a couple of real properties and some lands rich in trees for use as lumbers. I remember him visiting us from Indang bringing with him sacks of santol and coconut.
It was all in proper timing, since a client of mine (from my wedding management job) asked if we knew of an event place that is not in Tagaytay but near it. The first thing that came to my mind was Indang. Then I came upon a wedding resource website with an entry from Hacienda Isabella. So we took the kids and drove all the way to Indang, first on our list, of course is Hacienda Isabella.