Boracay Sands Hotel
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... healthcare and hospitals on the other side!
I've started this blog to keep track of what I'll be doing during my time in Iloilo and to use for my portfolio when I get back to uni. Although i have no idea how to use it properly, I'll try and keep it updated so you can read about and follow what I've been doing, hopefully it works!
Malakat na ako!
... son and another teenager (can’t tell if it’s a boy or girl) jump in the back of this tiny little tricycle to help this crazy foreign girl find some (safe) accommodation.
Now, the chick helping is a little odd and makes me nervous but she obviously has a good heart. Her eyes moved very slowly and glazed and her speech seemed a bit slow and slurred but nothing too drastic. I sensed she was either on some kind of drug or was affected by prior long ...
... good there in Iloilo City. There's also an SM and a Robinson's Place in Iloilo City. Iloilo City can be entered from Manila via the new airport located in the municipality of Cabatuan. There's also a delicious bibingka that's from the municipality of Balasan, but it's a 3-hour drive from Iloilo City. And there are good restaurants in Iloilo City, some are Breakthrough, Tatoy's, Deco's, etc. The main dialects of this city are Ilonggo and ...
... stopped and offered us a ride for PHP 60. We were quite surprised when the driver started to pick up other local people waiting on the street but we didnīt say anything. They obviously paid much less, PHP 10, which is said to be a standard price for a shared tricycle. Well, the guy was charging us for the same shared tricycle 3 times more. We were ready to give him the pre-agreed amount of money until he stopped somewhere on the street and made a careless gesture with his ...
... a boat to take us around to places we can't walk to. Our boatman's name was Jayu and he told us he lived on the 'mainland' and pointed to Panay Island. Kinda funny. We were on one of the bangkas with just us and three boatmen. First of all they took us from the Sula Sea, around the southern tip to the Sulaman Sea. Oh my gosh the waves were huge, and our little boat was just rockin' and a rollin'. Needless to say, we got soaked! We ...