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... Glee”! On the topic of signing, I was in a European Gastropub called Draft on Saturday night (Brett would love this place!), and “Hit Me Baby One More Time”, by Brittany Spears came over the speakers and everyone started singing! I have to admit that I joined in on that one. That song is awesome!
My weekend closed out to be uneventful…I walked the mall, had lunch at a couple of ...
We spent the morning looking into our onward travel options, and eventually decided that a bus to Legazpi was our best bet. It seems that one cannot book tickets online or over the phone in the Philippines, so off we went in the sun to follow a sketched map to the LRT station, and then a further walk to the Philtranco bus terminal. People queued politely to purchase their tickets from the tellers in a manner that we were still regarding as ...
... finish the day by biking mostly up hill to our final destination instead of taking the bus. It was hot and tiring but as always it feels so good upon completion of a challenge. Bali Safari zoo was a fun experience, highlight would be feeding the Parana’s even though they were not really very hungry, holding Chloe the orangutan, watching a white tiger climb a pole to retrieve a chicken for lunch and the cultural show with dancing and music of Indonesia. We ended our day with ...
... at the beautiful Kuta beach mall, we enjoyed a few hours of the new film 300 and a couple of large popcorns! What a treat :)
Through friends and fellow travelers, we had heard about a town called Ubud that was only an hour away and were told it was worth a visit. We caught a shuttle there in the morning and before we knew it we were in a new town.Ubud didn't have tons to offer but it was known for its sacred monkey forest sanctuary, which is home to many, you guessed ...
... I was the first passenger to rush down the
gangway. At the port terminal, I recognized my nephews Michael,
M.A. and my niece's, Michelle and Jovy. Beside, them was my eldest
niece Darlene, and her daughter, Celestine. Together they were
holding a banner scribbled in bright colors that read, “Welcome
HOME, Tita (Auntie) Lotty & Uncle Bert”. They came early and
were prepared to stand in line to honor our arrival. It looked like