- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... who knows me knows that the thought of getting up in the middle of the night for a flight is something I will go to great lengths to avoid, and after 22 hours of travel followed by a poor night’s sleep (we were in a room next to the late night pool party and the hotel lobby!), this was most unwelcome news. I felt a bit bad when my automatic reaction to “2:00am wake up call” was a loud “WHAT? WHY?!” (I’m usually very polite, but ...
... in fairness I may have not explained to him very well where I needed to be. When I eventually found the right part of the airport [I had just been dropped at the far swankier Terminal 1], I had to reverse engineer the palava of getting my baggage which seemed to take forever. Finally I checked in and decided just to have a short lie down before my flight on the terminal floor. Seemingly seconds later I was being shaken awake by a young employee of the airport ...
... it, but the white rice and the white chocolates went well with the wine.
I was asleep by 8:15.
Miraculously, I slept through the night and was awoken by my alarm the next morning. I was meeting an alum at 8:00 AM as he and his wife had generously invited me to their home for a traditional Filipino breakfast. But, before breakfast I had to have...breakfast. My colleague Sabah had told me that the breakfast buffet at this Shangri La ...
... could do to help these people. Palawan Island (Puerta Princessa & El Nido)- Our first day in Puerta Princessa was quite hectic. All we wanted to do was go see the Underwater River 1.5hrs outside the city. The tour company we were dealing with was adamant we were not able to take a tour that day and had to wait until the next day. With our tight schedule in Palawan, we did not want to do this as we wanted to head to El Nido the next day. Paying a hefty price of 9000ps ($225) to head ...
... first national hero of the Philippines.
During the day the park is very quiet. The fountains were not working and in the heat of the day there were few visitors. I walked to the back of the park to Taft Avenue and took another pedal trike north, past City Hall to Arroceros Forest Park. The park was open but I was asked to explain what i was doing there, to which i replied that i wanted to look around the park, which ...