Java Jazz Experience

The first plan was to go to the beach and enjoy the sun. Unfortunately the weather is so bad and it keeps on raining. So I and my members went to a coffee shop in Tagaytay. We have no choice but to think of a nicest thing to do when it rains. So I was searching about http://www.wowcavite.com i was able to find a good place to spend the rainy days.

We decided to go to Tagaytay, even though we didn’t know the location. We met people who knew that coffee shop. We really have a funny situation but i’ll not going to elaborate it.

Java Jazz is a best secret spot in Tagaytay where you can enjoy sipping a hot coffee or hot chocolate, eat and also sightseeing because of the different paintings you will see inside the shop. There are souvenirs and different delicacies that you will enjoy.

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I was amazed with the shop, with the ambiance, with the food especially their hot Tsokolate- Ah, and everything. I didn’t expect that i will enjoy dining there. Though the food is not that cheap but still its worth it. Actually it is not only a coffee shop but also a Lodging house where you can stay overnight or it depends on you, for a cheaper price, and also it is a art gallery.

I hope i will upload the video of it that we used for our Marketing project. You will appreciate the shop even more. Anyway the location is in Sungay West, Tagaytay City. You can ride a tricycle but expensive 20 php per person or the other means of transportation is to ride a Jeep going to Picnic Groove amounting 11 php only. You just need to be vigilant because the shop is not that big and you will not see it unless your looking closely in the road.

Hope you will visit the shop. Enjoy! 🙂

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