March 13, 2013

Tierra Alta

Part of the reason why we hold on to something so tight is because we fear something so great won’t happen twice. But my adrenaline-rush adventure at Tierra Alta proved this otherwise.
 
 
 
 
 
Cookies and cream shake
 
Baby back ribs
 
Creamy carbonara
 
Bacon-wrapped fillet mignon
 
 Mango crepe
 
 
 
  
Discover the heights of luxury in a residential mountainside resort subdivision, nestled on the slopes of Palinpinon in Valencia, Negros Oriental. Aptly named Tierra Alta (a Spanish term for higher ground), the semi-exclusive residential resort offers a panoramic view overlooking Dumaguete and neighboring islands.
 
In its Greek-inspired clubhouse, non-members could enjoy (for a reasonable fee) swimming in the Aquatica infinity pool, savoring fresh air and verdant mountain sceneries at the lighthouse view deck, fine-dining at Tierra Café, and letting go of the zipline while hanging upside-down.
 
Nice date place no?
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