Arwana Hotel of Boracay
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... visited these countries and only I have an idea of what they are these places for photographies, and only of thinking that I will be able to see the incredible thing that they are, it fills me with emotion.
I canīt wait any more, in order that my eyes can see the wonderful places of these beautiful countries!.
... of this and was a bit shocked when he came around. Luckily, the water sprinklers didn’t go off, or maybe it’s a sign they don’t work??
There was a special supper for all the staff one evening and food was brought in from 6 different regions of China for us to try. Unfortunately, the area where we live has the blandest food and we can attest to that. Again, the entire staff was present – guards, custodians, ...
... I stuck in my headphones and drifted off for the hour and a bit flight to manilla, our first stop in the Philipines. Manilla is the main island, the biggest and most heavily populated. You have to fly here to then catch the smaller flights to separate smaller islands. When we landed we had to fill in those entry card things, one for customs and one for the security border check. Of course, as always me and Niomi missed one of the forms so when we got to the front ...
... airport. I was so happy to see her when she arrived and know that she had finally made it. Gary's house is absolutely incredible! Something out of a movie scene. It's a big house made out of bamboo, with big glass doors that slide open and are left open all the time because Gary loves to live in the middle of nature and the house really is surrounded by green! Our bedroom window looks over big palm trees and really reminds you that you're on holiday! There is even an outdoor shower ...
... attraction. The drinks were cheap though and it was something different I suppose! We ended up drinking for the rest of the night with a young hobbit..sorry midget, called Rio. He was a really nice guy and told us all about his life and how he came to work there. He didn't seem particularly thrilled about how his life had turned out, but I guess things could always be worse. So obviously the day after I left Boracay the storm had passed and the sun was shining..obviously. Now back to ...