San Roque Beach Resort
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Well I am alive and well! All settled into my place with Helen, a wonderful auzi, which just happens to be a 10 minute walk from work which has been an absolute blessing.
At first I was confused because everyone keep saying "hello mom, hello mom." I am like I really am not your mother, I apologize, but with closer listening they are saying ma'am. One of the largest industries in the Philippines is the ...
... Leaked everywhere, was amazing. The bar is set. Good beer, good fries, salt vinegar, ketchup and bbq sauce all available, classy choice of restaurants, good service. Odd bun, not wide enough for burger China - 6/10 - Only place doing burgers, Thai place just past security Frozen but nice burger, reminded me of my childhood. Smallish bun, ketchup and mayo but no other condiments available, no bacon or cheese. Good and plentiful chips however. Service ...
... this nice young man led us to a parking lot and when my Ate Baby asked him how much to give him for leading us, he mentioned a small amount, but said he wanted us to buy from his family's store right across from the parking lot as well.
When we approached the church, I had vague memories of visiting here 15 years ago. Much of the area around the church had changed though, so it was hard to tell what was what. Mass had not yet let out for the ...
... On the way, we saw the green countryside and a huge, gaudy castle.
The food was so good. We ate at a yummy barbeque place famous for grilled squid and had some blue drinks.
We stayed at an pretty little Bed and Breakfast. We tried a fish called the Bangas there. They fry it and make it very dry and thin, but it is still juicy ...
... the side of a road. Miraculously we caught a bus straight away, but it was a local bus with seats arranged to suit Asian butts … and not one with any meat on it. At one point, when the driver forgot to slow down for a hole in the road, everyone left their seats and did a somersault into the row in front. Well, not quite … but not far from it.
We pulled into Tagaytay just before midday. We were ...