Boracay Mandarin Island Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... tower inside the plaza that would somehow remind you of the past. I also went atop the church where the Blessed Mother is located. There you will experience the refreshing view and atmosphere of the environs. I decided to attend mass that day but the mass where I supposed to attend with was the mass for the dead. It was a little absurd to note but I have no choice as I was eagerly interested as to how Ilonggos celebrate mass ...
Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... 2's (the island is divided into stations), numerous hodgepodge of nocturnal activities such as bars, music gigs, firedance, fireworks, there was a whole lot of fun things to do. You can even get your henna tattoos done at 11 p.m., or have a stone massage at midnight By daylight, the sun is the center of it all---island hopping, swimming, snorkeling, helmet diving, fly fish, banana boat, and the daredevil-act of parasailing. I chose to do ...
... road again, heading for Dumaguette. I made it as far as Iloilo, capital of Panay. I got a room in an actual hotel. The formality feels odd after hostels and guesthouses. I had a strange meal in an American style diner last night. Quite surreal, and the weirdest tasting burger I think I have ever had. I think I'll stick with Filipino food. The travelling yesterday was quite ...
... majority of my time sat behind the nurses station doing scrap all, something I had
expected. There’s only so many times you can sit and look around the ward and
think ‘what on earth is going on here’ before trying not to fall asleep, the
heat doesn’t help. There is no handover here which is the most bizarre thing
about it, if there is no handover how can you possibly know anything about the
patients that are lying in the beds in front of you? So ...