Andanita Bed & Breakfast
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... then I can do the walking myself but he still insisted that I needed a horseback and a guild. I insured him that I didn't need them things.
On the way over there the boat driver still tried to sell me a guild which was his 7 year old brother. I said "I am in no mood to baby sit. I just simply wanted to do it on my own" they didn't get my sense of humour.
When I arrived at the island I had to pay the park entrance fee which was only 40 pesos. As ...
... clothes by hand, picking fruit from the various trees out back, repairing things out the workshop (Filipinos do NOT make waste unless absolutely necessary; they're mantra is that something can always be fixed!), etc. Filipinos are incredibly resourceful and I saw that firsthand from my Uncle's efforts. We were staying in a house that HE built, using tricycles and the family jeepney that he maintained, and eating food that he had grown on his property. Talk about ...
... oh o! So Tooa was 1st & couldn't beat it & let the rest of the team down ;) Good one Gerry's Grill & your cocktails :) So nek minnit we are roaming the streets trying to find a taxi for 5...finally someone picked us up & Cam lived it up in the front seat in 1st class while Kimmy, Jodie, Megs & Tooa squished into the back. Apparently it would take an hour to get back to our hotel :( So we experienced pretty much ...
... is also good. The
attendant smiled at us and said it was "on the house".
The Leche Flan was big and very creamy. It wasn't as sweet as the ones we
get in supermarkets. Everything we ate was a delight. If this place
weren't far, I'd probably go back here next weekend to try more of their salad
and other Filipino dishes like Kare-Kare. I wish we could go back here
... ADAM'S APPLE! If not it was dirty old wealthy men with girls who looked clearly overaged. So if one was in the mood for legitimate female company, one would have to work through many of the pitfalls of Manilla nightlife. Still we had a dance and some fun. We all got chatting to some of the locals and at time shot the type of attention we weren't actually seeking. All in all I like Manilla, especially where I was staying and I was glad to be in good company.