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... s place. It's a very nice and new hotel, with hot shower (woohoo!), hairdryer (woohoo!) free breakfast, they let me borrow their umbrella (we ran out of sunblock after our beach destinations, and I couldn't afford to get any darker), and they cleaned the room everyday. Awesome customer service.
This was our most expensive accomodation. P2,600/night. We paid P900/night in Siquijor and Malapascua. P2,400/night in Bohol.
With a hired ...
... landing in the Philippines at about 5:30am. We grabbed our bags and went for a few more hours sleep on a stone window ledge in a quiet corner of the airport.
By mid-morning we'd climbed aboard an airport shuttle bus destined for the LRT skyrail station. This provided our first glimpse of Manila, which seemed like any busy city. The local jeepney and "tricycle" (bike and sidecar, available in either motorised or pedal-powered form) public transport ...
... Dr Jose Rizal, who was executed by the Spanish by firing squad in the 1890s for rebellion. His execution fanned the flames for the eventual overthrow of the Spanish from the Philippines. During our stay in the park we were shown a diorama of Jose Rizal's last days alive and his execution. We then visited the Hotel Manila, as famous as the Raffles Hotel in Singapore in its day. We briefly wandered around the ornate interior. Everybody was so friendly and welcoming. Perhaps ...
And so we are back in Manila for a night and head off tomorrow on a Valentines day flight of a romantic FOURTEEN HOURS to the great USA.
While we enjoy that flight you should enjoy viewing some ...
... budget shortages on our last day in KL. Had to borrow or exchange money to make sure we have enough. The thing that I was looking forward to was breakfast and it's still the same. And I love it.
I just love OldTown's Curry Mee, their signature dish.
We were in a flight full of Filipinos and a thing that I really don't like is flying with people who are too noisy or have ...