Blue Waters Calatagan Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... day of sightseeing and shopping in a huge luxury shopping mall, with an ice skating track in between the shops! All the shops that I saw in J-burg SA and Hongkong were here . How crazy and what a contrast with the outside world in Manilla.
This country has it all but the gap between rich and poor is huge.
After 8 weeks in the beautiful and very calm friendly Philipines we take off from Manila airport. Not just the " Time flies " we do as well this time.
... quick update on her family then head to the lecture hall.
It is a project week at the university so the students are presenting their degree projects. I walk over to the electrical and computer engineering projects to see what they have put together. They start presenting their degree project and I find that their English is pretty good. Then I start grilling them with technical questions about control loops, feedback, SQL database structure, ...
... She's been really hospitable and appreciate her doing our laundry for us. I need to get her a gift.
Before we head to Banaue [ban-now-eh] to visit the rice terraces and tourist attractions we need to have the jeep pass emissions, fix some fuses and get it insured and registered. We head to McDonalds (typically referred to as McDoo in the Philippines) for lunch in between errands since there was ...
... we recommend you stick to Sanafe Lodge! Then the time came to say our goodbyes and head to get the bus to Manila. We travelled with Ohayami buses and although just a short walk to the bus it was all up hill, up very steep steps. I had to cling onto the rails to stop myself from falling back with my heavy rucksack working against me.
7pm and off we went. We had warm clothes incase the A/C was on full blast (luckily it wasn’t) and a few snacks to ease the journey. ...
... aware of) the youth hostel. This was on the edge of Jen's comfort zone with no running water or flushing toilet, just a large multi purpose water barrel with toilet scoop for all our washing and cleaning needs! We bought a packed lunch at the local fruit and veg market and then took a short tricycle ride to the pyramid-shaped War Memorial Shrine, which marks the spot where the Japanese commander Yamashita ...