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... Then the huge build up of dinner!!!! This is a big deal for us haha and oh my gosh we had died and gone to heaven! There are five restaurants to choose from but we chose the big main one purely on the basis of this....its amazing! There are around 6 or more open kitchens scattered around a large hall each one serving different specialties. Like one was indian another fish another pasta and a gorgeous sweet tooth kitchen! I cannot explain to ...
... from Caticlan airport down to the pier and then jumped on a boat over to Boracay island. As it was New Year we had booked our hotel a few months in advance (Ocean Breeze Hotel), when we arrived on the island we just got a trike ride to the hotel. The hotel was at the quiet end of the beach and we had a nice room with a double bed and bunk beds, there weren't many rooms left so we had to go for a family room. On one of the nights at the hotel we got dressed ...
Thanks for all the prayers, guys, I'm doing much better. I've been getting more sleep (nearly 10 hours Saturday into Sunday!) and I have changed my diet a little. As long as I don't buy any more lumpy gazpacho from "cash only" street vendors, I'll feel like everything will shake out.
Today, I went to Manila Bay with some folks from work hoping to catch an ocean sunset. What we got was more of a hazy vanishing act, but it was ...
... the seat down and lay claim on it again. To top it off, there's some kind of mysterious long handled pot next to the toilet in there. I am certain that despite my curiosity, it would be a mistake to google that or ask someone what it is.
I also travel by foot. The walk back and forth to work is about 20 minutes at a decent clip. (You know, the speed you travel when you're suspicious that someone is following you but haven't committed ...
... pretty late considering the flight we each endured. Juan, Kelcy, and I called it a night while Arhon, his gal, and Jon went to a casino. We got back to the room and I started to think of how different of a country is The Philippines.
In "Southeast Asia on a Shoestring," The Philippines is described as the place you go when you think you have Asia figured out. It was definitely different than any of the destinations before. ...
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