8 Suites By Fat Jimmy
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... she had a hotel there and was planning in going to the volcano that day. She said I could join her but then we lost contact. I jumped on the bus anyway because one of the guys from the hostel said it was worth going to.
I headed to the bus station he told me to go to but it wasn't going to Taal volcano. It goes to a town near there. I then had to get a tricycle followed by jeepney to get to the town where the volcano. I went to an Internet cafe to try ...
... the young kids. And unlike in Cambodia, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Laos and other Asian countries, where the kids were cheerful and friendly and offered something to you - they would lead you to where ever you wanted to go, sell you inexpensive books, etc. - these Philippine kids just put their hands out in front of you and say "Give me". It is a long way from cute and soon falls into the category of disgusting. When you walk by them, ...
... enough for
us. Actually, we had to take home the soup and few veggies because we
weren't able to finish everything. The meat was tender. The veggies
weren't overcooked and the soup wasn't salty. It was really delicious and
every one of us was happy with it.
The Suman with Bucayo was my favorite. I don't eat "kakanin"
that much because when it comes to desserts, I always like pie or ice ...
... before we made our way off the boat. I was still light headed and dizzy, so our plans to go shopping at the Mall of Asia had to be put on hold for another day.
We arrived back at Pilar around 5pm and I made a bee-line for my bed.I told myself I would only nap an hour but that turned into 2. I eventually got up to shower and eat a small snack of ensymada and take some medicine because I was still feeling a bit of a head ache but didn't ...
... old army jeeps that were left by the allies after the world wars. They still have the bench seats that face one another and you have to duck your head to get in and out. Pretty much the only difference is that they have now been painted and spruced up with a bit of bling. And there are thousands of them. Literally thousands. But it's great because it's something you can only experience in the Philippines.
So we rode around on these for a few ...