I went out in the morning and found that the sun was shining, and the market downstairs was noisy and bustling. There are many street vendors gathered in all the streets, where you can find everything you need to eat, live, and travel. It is really a grand view garden to experience the customs. The atmosphere during the day is also more peaceful than at night. Up. I watched and walked to the airport bus station with great interest, and I found the shuttle bus to Tagaytay in Tagaytay City as described in the book. According to the introduction in the book, I found the shuttle bus to Tagaytay in Tagaytay City. I had a few conversations with the elder brother next door, and he kindly corrected my inaccurate pronunciation of place names to the conductor, which made me experience the enthusiasm of the locals for their reputation. It took 3 hours to walk 65 kilometers because of continuous traffic jams and passengers. It was terrible!
In 10 minutes, the bus will arrive at Pasay Light Rail Station EDSA, which is 7 kilometers away. Along the way, you will experience a major feature of the Philippines-JEEPNY (Jeepney) running all over the street. It is said that because the unemployment rate is as high as 8%, the government also deliberately opened the bus market for private operation. The main state-owned lines are three light rail lines. Even in the sweltering weather in the jeep, everyone consciously squeezed to sit together, trying to make room for the latecomers, which seemed friendly and warm. One-way 7P, usually after getting on the bus, the coin change will be paid and passed to the driver hand by hand, but it will affect the speed of the car.