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Byline: Hannah M. Muralla
Tagaytay's temperature is on the rise, and it's not just the season. Mt. Taal, which last erupted in 1977, has recently been showing sustained seismic activity, giving out rumbling sounds and emitting alarming levels of carbon dioxide.
Alert level 2 may be raised over the volcano, but this hasn't kept tourists from driving south to see the picturesque lake.
While currently off-limits to hikers, Mt. Taal, after all, can still be enjoyed from the safety of Tagaytay City, which has long been a favorite weekend destination among weary urban dwellers. Indeed, the Department of Tourism (DoT) believes that tourist arrivals in the city …