Dona Marta Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a wonderful resort and run by the most friendly woman and her husband with a real family atmosphere amongst the few staff that worked there. Yvonne was so chatty and welcoming towards us and during the afternoon we had several conversations with her about her family, the resort and how it has got to where it is now. She was a joy to talk to and during an al fresco dinner on the beach front that evening, we talked some more about her life and our travels and really felt as though ...
We were up just before 5 am after our hot, sweaty, sandy sleep on the beach last night. I have to admit it was kinda fun. However would have been far more enjoyable with the proper "camping equipment" or maybe air conditioning - ha.
We giggled and played games in our tents until we were dilusional. I woke up about 10 times dripping in sweat and covered in sand even after our really good attempts to keep the sand OUT of ...
... was a little channel that that was nearby that we kayaked though and got some amazing pictures by some cliffs and rainforest like foliage. I did not want to get out of my kayak, because being on the water was so relaxing and breathtaking. We took pictures with one of the girls waterproof cameras, so I will get those from her and post pictures later. After that we sat around the pool some more before dinner time. That night we were the ...
... language lessons. This is the local dialect spoken here and while we knew the basics, there was so much more to learn.
Dinner of rice, hit the gym and shower is our normal night time routine. Tonight we also joined many other VFV volunteers at Cafe Lucia (just down the street from the gym) for some evening fun.
I end my night watching Filipino television with Papa Smurf (Ernesto - affectionately named). First, Aryana, a sitcom that is ...
... we want to go back later and get cool in the AC. We stopped at a pet store and got Spike a new toy. For lunch we had french fries from Potato Corner and pizza and milkshakes at Shakey's. A big lunch time splurge :) When we left Robinson's a man outside calling for Jeepney's spots us and immediately starts yelling, "Bliss! Bliss!" our community name. Good to know that we are an obvious staple in Tacloban already.
Spent the afternoon at the center ...