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Travel Blogs from Nasugbu
... we went at the t-shirt store outside the famous theme park Picnic Grove and we also drop-by Loumars Buko Pie for pasalubong then finally take directly Aguinaldo high way. Since we are HUNGRY JUAN we stop over Waltermart Damariñas to eat before we finally get home.
How to get CALERUEGA Church?
Driving Directions to Caleruega
Via SLEX (South Luzon Expressway), take Sta. Rosa exit and turn right after toll. Go straight and turn ...
... for his liking and we started wading to shore. Then it started raining. Raining as is in ******* down, bucketing down, raining cats and dogs. Didn't get too soaked like yesterday and had a delicious lunch. We had some fresh calimari and vegetarian spring rolls and I had a traditional Filipino dish called ... and a ripe mango shake. Everything was delicious, but you know how earlier I was discussing calimansi? I feel the same with ripe mango shakes, even more. Om nom nom. Best thing ...
... at the Manila equivalent of London's Mahiki! We all started panicking what to wear as we hardly packed for fancy nights out lol, but managed to pull together some outfits- however it proved shoes were going to be a major ish, and as carol is a size three she took us to her friends house to borrow some shoes- her friend who is loaded I might add- Rhi ended up with some Nine West heels, I had some Tom Fords and Jas borrowed some....Christian Louboutins. That's right, ...
... why my laptop was different to his, I didn't really have answer for him. Banaue is home to what is described as the 8th wonder of the world. I wikipedied how many other places have unofficial 8th wonder status. There's quite a lot. The actual wonder is the rice terraces. We had people hassling us left right and centre to take us to this and that. We eventually just got a trike up the road we had come down and went out onto a viewpoint.
It is pretty amazing. We got ...
... in Baguio
In Baguio I could not find neither an internet cafè, nor a wi-fi connection for my laptop, so I lost the appointment on Skype with my daughter and her mother and I regret so much
I could only walk and visit the night market not far from my hotel, found after a long walking with the help of a nice Filipino girl who accompanied me to the local bus station from where I could take ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking