Andanita Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
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... so that I wouldn't be too sore tomorrow!
After the sweat, the dirt, and chlorine - I was in dire need of a shower... and a nap. I napped for a good hour, woke up, and then slept for a couple more hours after that... clearly, my body was in need of that rest. While I slept, Mike did a little research on places to have dinner and he found a good spot right next door to our hotel called the Fire Lake Grill. Although pricey, we both figured ...
... to?'. 'We don't' she replied. I think she saw the steam blasting out of my ears because she said 'I'll quickly just check I'm right.' She went and spoke to some know it all looking bloke who looked at her like she was an idiot. I wanted to hit him on the head with a very thick book. Don't know why, but I did (want to I mean, not that I actually did hit him on the head with a very thick book). She came back, 'Yes I'm afraid we just fly between Philippines and Malaysia not ...
... discovery of the islands, Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi claimed the Philippines as a colony and established Manila as its capital.
It remained part of the Spanish East Indies until 1898, when the U.S. took over the Philippines after the Spanish-American War.
The U.S. in turn allowed the Philippines to become fully independent in 1946.
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... a very colorful retired teacher. A great conversation with her about the local area and her travels. This small (only 12 rooms) resort is a family run business with everyone in the family doing some sort of job. The staff is very friendly and ready to do anything they can to make sure your comfortable. I had the sense I was the only person there but was told they were sold out. I wanted to visit the ...
... bit of drama getting to our hotel, and a long queue, however finally made it to the room. Had to go back to the university to get our big suitcases, so another dose of horrid Manila traffic. Didn’t have our IDs so took ages to get into the university, and then took ages to get a taxi back to the hotel as loads tried to scam us. The bitter taste this would have left in our ...