TripAdvisor Reviews Alegria Playa Roquetas de Mar
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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 ...
A lazy day started with breakfast in the hotel terrace bar. After researching what to do with our time in Indonesia, we checked out of the room at noon and went back to the mall to escape the heat. This allowed us to pick up kebabs for lunch (our diet in the Philippines has not been the healthiest...) and wander around like lost sheep for the afternoon.
Back at the hotel we finally managed ...
... they had a home as I saw many people sleeping in allies, sidewalks and under the boardwalk. So much luxury and so much poverty in a 100 meter radius.
If a person eats roughly half a kilo of rice per day and 1 kg costs 22 pesos at the NFA branded rice (regular rice is is roughly 40 pesos a kg) I could have fed almost 6 adults with rice for one whole year with the money we spent on the room for one night. This ...
... 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 ...
... Entramuros is a small part of town locked in by a fortress wall, built by the Spanish for protection, of course only for themselfs. Some parts look more like Spain than Asia, but if You peek into a backstreet its all very Asian again - the contrast is amazing. The afternoon I spend walking through the quarters on the other side of the Pasig river and Manila Chinatown. In some streets it looked like Hong Kong, also with lots of small shops selling strange ...