Visited Museo Orlina in Tagaytay for the first time on Sunday and was promptly blown away by the talent and the pretty. The museum hosts works by Ramon Orlina, Filipino master of glass sculptures, and includes mostly his astounding glass and bronze works, including a five-foot glass fountain, a gorgeous bronze bust inspired by Pilita Corrales, bronze busts of Cory Aquino and Piolo Pascual, and restored Volkswagens in the garage.
The P100 entrance fee comes with a free tour. Our tour guide’s name was Paulo, and he was pretty good. Aside from the sculptures, there is also a giant interactive touchscreen TV on the third floor which contains videos and an interactive memory game (which we played hehe). My favorite spot is the roof deck, which has a coffee shop and a very nice view of Taal Lake.
This trip also marks 83 months together! One more month to go before Year 7! Wow. Time flies.