Peoples Park in the Sky

I'd like to buy a consonant please! I wonder why they could not get the letters replaced when people would come by and visit the place. Surely, they have money to do that or maybe not.

During our first week here in Cavite, our ever accommodating host was able to take us to places we ought to visit. First was Peoples Park in the Sky and the other the Puzzle Museum. Located just a few meters away from the CBTL in Crosswinds, is this dilapidated piece of project. 
The Shrine of Our Lady, mother of Fair Love was formally inaugurated on February 14, 2003 blessed by His Excellence Most Rev. Luis Antonio Tagle Bishop of Imus, Cavite 

This project was made possible through the support of the Tagyatay City Council, the Department of Tourism, the Development Academy of the Philippines, Don Bosco Caritas, and the generosity of many who offered their time, talents and finacial resources to venerate the Blessed Virgin Mary. 
It is a bit sad seeing how everything is slowly rotting away by rust and by time. Algae has taken over the building walls and how the money used for this project is somehow wasted.
The place is so vast that if this have been completed, it would be the most majestic mansion ever made. For reasons far beyond me, I just hope that this would be the last of the many resources our government ever do.
Aside from the rust, algae and benches the place also offers a small tiangge out in the back for your souvenirs of course. Didn't buy into that capitalism ploy.
They have horseback riding for your photo op sessions at Php20 a pop. Nothing beats a photo on the highest peak of Tagaytay whilst riding a horse.
What got me totally excited is seeing the Doppler Radar Station of PAGASA. I am a meteorologic buff and an aspiring astronomer. Seeing this in person made me believe that one day I will be able to see storms as it happens.
Peoples Park in the Sky
Mt. Sungay, Brgy. Dapdap East, Tagaytay City
Entrance Fee: Php30


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