Sonya'S Garden B&B
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... she asked for 50pesos I asked 'what for?' Then she replied 'for the bridge' at this point I just laughed in her face and said 'do you want me to get off the boat and not use the bridge?, I could easily do it without the poxy bridge' I sat on the boat for about 5minutes refusing to pay for her stupid bridge. In the end I gave up and chucked the money at her. I know it's only 50pesos but it was the way she went about it which ****** me off.
When I got to ...
... had a feeling these issues would be for both ends. We had to drop Ate Neneng off at her house and pick up her daughter AI who would be travelling to the beach the next day with us. When we got to the house, AI had not yet arrived so I jumped out of the car and said I didn't feel well and needed fresh air. I thought I was going to throw up just as AI arrived, but nothing happened... instead I had to run inside and use the restroom. That bought me some time to ...
... We had the best laughs and "kwentos" ever. We get to know them more and the life inside Bethel, so inspiring!
The next morning, we drafted our itinerary for the day. So here it is:
- Lunch at Leslie's Restaurant: They say that when you're in Tagaytay, do not miss the bulalo. So we decided to get one, then have sisig, big tawilis. These are I think enough for four. What I like here is the view and the ambiance. You'll get ...
April 24, 2012
11:20 PM PHT (GMT +8 hours)
Just finished packing and I'm so happy and nervous for my flight tomorrow. I'm currently talking to Marina, one of the girls I'll be living with in Campinas, to finalize some of my questions. At first I was so scared just thinking about traveling alone but it slowly faded away when I saw how all of my friends are so excited for ...
... was present but not overpowering as I had anticipated since this was an active volcano with its last eruption only 33 years ago. There have been 5 recorded eruptions of Taal with the largest and most destructive being in 1911 killing over 2,000 inhabitants.
The views from the rim were simply breathtaking. Our guide and I walked a little further around the continuously narrowing path, from one awesome vista to the next. ...