Stone House Manila
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... and reduce my land travel time home by about 2 hours. It's in NAIA airport that most international flights arrive or depart from the Philippines. NAIA airport has 4 Terminals. The first 3 (Terminals 1,2, & 3) are the busiest and used mostly by major airlines. Terminal 4 on the other hand used to be just the domestic terminal (still is) but is also now used by other airlines for regional flights. NAIA Terminal 3 is the newest and biggest of the four terminals and ...
... state as the Phillipines.
Our taxi driver, Roger, chats away merrily as he eases us conversationally into the heart of Manila metropolis. He drops us at the hotel and gives us his card in case we have further use for his services, gee that was pretty easy.
We get to reception at this pretty grand looking hotel, J-she did say she had booked a flash place. J-she goes to check in, “I’m sorry, you don’t have a reservation.” is ...
... These bus trips were uncomfortable – no air conditioning, hard seats and long winding mountainous roads, but the scenery was so unbelievable that the bus time passed quickly. We arrived in Sagada and immediately loved it. We did not want to leave. It was tranquil, gorgeous and remote. Think valleys, pine trees, misty mornings, a few backpackers, not a tour group in sight and some groovy little cafes and restaurants. They made wonderful homemade yoghurt ...
... food was good. We had no further noise from the band that performed in the courtyard in the evening. Our flight wasn't until 6.30 that evening, so we had a late breakfast and wandered the streets of Intramuros seeking out places we hadn't seen. Returned for a shower, checked out at midday and sat down for a couple of beers and a lunch to while away the time. It was nevertheless impossible to sit in the restaurant for the whole afternoon, so we paid ...
... one night. :)
Christine and I decided on dining on tapas out on the terrace, surrounded by water, candles, and tiki torches for ambiance. The food was pricier than our $4 meals we've been used to. But extremely reasonable for a 5 star hotel. We ordered a wonderful selection of Indian tiki, Japanese dim sum, fresh oysters, Italian flat bread pizza, and chocolate crack for dessert( it was really called that) and it was.. Delicious , and additive. It ...