I kinda wonder why some people would have to go abroad to get a glimpse of some country's scenery when we could actually experience it right here in our country. No need to spend some bucks for airfare if you need to get a life that's comparable to a country that you would love to be your home.
Switzerland has long been the favorite playground of the privileged. Here, the pristine paradise of majestic pines carries with it the lure of great adventures, while the delightful flower-decked pocket villages that languidly drape down Alpine mountainsides, and the sight of snow-topped peaks that glisten like diamonds in the gentle European sun thrill the soul.
Distant though the pleasures of the Swiss Alps may seem, not far from the bustling metropolis that we call Manila is a village nesting amidst the cool winds and green hills of Tagaytay inspired by the beauty and charm that belong to Switzerland. A village laden with the chalets that call to memory summers relishing the biting cold and unspoiled air of Mont Blanc and Pilatus, and garlanded with imposing yet elegant pine trees that dance with each teasing breeze and whisper lullabies when the night wind blows.
Named from the continuous interweaving of the winds off Tagaytay and Laguna de Bay, this village is called “Crosswinds,” and it was carved into 100 exquisite hectares of Tagaytay to bring to Filipinos and their families the pleasures and beauty of a first-class Swiss luxury resort.