Bacolod King'S Hotel
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I’m on the orthopaedics ward for my
final 2 weeks, the only way I can describe it to you is that it looks like an
underground car park with old hospital beds and overcrowded with patients. The heat
is unbearable, there is no air con and if I’m honest I’m sure the reason
everyone looks so drained and ill is because there is no escape from it. They
share one fan between about 3 beds and even then all they really do is push
around the hot ...
... in the photos! We stayed on the island for quite a while so after
we got back on the boat and went back to our island for dinner. We were all sat
on the bench waiting for dinner when the wind picked up and we noticed the
clouds were looking a bit on the dark side which I definitely wasn't thrilled
about. It started to rain a little bit so we all decided to get into our tent…
big mistake! Within seconds it was dark, the rain was coming down so fast ...
... bigger boat and the boy punted it across the water. An hour later we were still sitting on the boat waiting for it to leave. We finally got to Estancia 1-1.5 hours later and took a trike to the bus terminal, then took a taxi van to IloIlo City. We were a bit unsure on the taxi as no one was in it so we took a picture of the number plate and I sent it to my mum and told her where we going so if she didn't hear from us in 3-4 hours she at least ...
... Since there was a lot of concrete to be made, we mixed and mixed, and then mixed some more. I was not feeling 100%, but seeing the 53 yr old pastor and his 74 yr old friend work like crazy mixing cement with water and sand, I didn't want them to put me to shame. I sweat more than I've seen any Filipino sweat, but figured its much better to sweat while working hard than just standing there looking pretty, because you don't look very pretty in that humidity anyway! The ...
... the coastline was beautiful with miles of deserted and secluded coastline ripe for future development. Upon arrival headed for the Pension Bacolod where it's only 310 peso for a room with en-suite bathroom. The region around Bacolod has historically been one of the wealthiest areas in the Philippines due to the production of sugar cane where it is still harvested even ...