Plaza Maria Luisa Suites Inn
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... and I'm not sure if it's a blessing or a curse. It's amazing how some girls here remain so white-skinned. They really work those Likas Papaya bars and other bleaching products etc. --- The kids here are so cute and happy. They always say hi. Josh probably feels like a celebrity. --- Mar 4 Cantabon Cave We didn't know what we were getting into before charging downwards into this cave. All I knew was that it was inevitable to get wet. That's why I had ...
... an American voice asked the kids ' hey what are you doing in here? ' I leapt around defensively 'I'm buying them a meal' ' I often buy them meals' he replied ' are you a missionary?' We had a long talk about the hardships of the Phillipines and I discovered things like the average male wage is between 100 - 150 pesos a day. The women want large families and don't want to work, as a result many of the men never get married because their wage ...
... double room with fan and shared bathroom. Then we went to eat to Andok´s located next door which is said to be the Filipino version of KFC. We went to bed early because we were supposed to get up very early the next day.
Day 1: September 9, 2014
Since our flight was scheduled for 5.40 we had to set the alarm clock for 3.00 which was extremely unpleasant, however, this was the only cheap flight (USD 23 per person including one checked bag) we managed to find ...
... thing beeping.
Ok, locals aren't always right. I ditch them and head up some steep stairs.
The passenger level has a few hundred plastic chairs. I go outside where it's slightly cooler and find a row of four empty seats next to the railing. I dump my stuff and sweat for a while.
It's starts to fill up, but I manage to hang onto my four seats by sitting on the end, feet up, earphones in, chewing gum and trying to look cool.
Yeah, I was ...
I ended up staying 3 nights in Dumagete, mostly because I met some nice people there and I had nowhere to go until Thursday.
On my first full day I did some sightseeing- Dumagete really is a beautiful city, clean, friendly.
The pier is really beautiful, there are some sights- an old church, a statue of Rizal as always, a bell tower where people buy candles of ...