Ambassador in Paradise Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... is too expensive for her. She asks me if I've been there. She asks me to be her friend.
For those of you not paying attention, Jean is trying to bag herself a tourist.
And who can blame her.
Jean is twenty years old and single. She has a 7 month old baby who is looked after by her mother in Batangus. The father is Filipino, but she doesn't know where he is. That's ok she says, she doesn't want him anyway. There are no child support laws here (there's no ...
... s going to be fine.
The television may be old but it has cable. You wouldn't be watching all the time so it doesn't really matter if the television wasn't LCD or flat screen.
They have free WiFi Internet the whole day. It may not work that fast but the speed was enough for us to post our current statuses and upload recent pictures in our social network sites all the time.
As for the bed, they are ...
... were exponentially surprised that we wanted to try it. Then they said
"OHHH YEA, VERY GOOD FOR YOUR KNEE!",
followed by.... "OHHH YEA, VERY GOOD FOR COCK FIGHT!".
To which I think, "hmm, we are in the Philippines and cock fighting is legal, that sounds legitimate"
followed by "COCK FIGHT WITH WOMAN!! HAHAHA"
Move over Viagra, Balut all around!
We found some much needed respite from the stimulation of ...
... it was impossible not to gasp at the sheer beauty of it all, altho’ we were similarly surprised and bowled over by our arrival in Sagada – it was beautiful: the air was clear, the sky strikingly blue and the sun poured down everywhere. Sagada looked bright, cheerful and very clean – not qualities you would normally attribute to Banaue.
Just outside of Sagada are some grey pinnacle-like high craggy rocks, located among ...
... revenge for us waking her up when we drunkenly stumbled back.....she took utter delight in telling us we had to wake up and my God was that a struggle and a half.......so now, we have to check out and make our way to Palawan via Kalibo and Manila.
So with our bleary eyes, sun still in sky we said Bye Bye to our Boracay Christmas.
Now, lets just hope those Imodium instants hold out for the 2 hour journey to Kalibo airport, eh Nicole !!!