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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 ...
... We also found an awesome street food eatery that sells authentic miso ramen (only that level of perfection can be reached in Japan and we found an almost identical copy here). Our hotel is in Malate district, the red light kinda place. Iuri all of sudden became very popular and me, quasi invisible.
Our first task here is to get the ball rolling for our burmese visa, the last place we can obtain it. ...
... and stores are being rebuilt. We visited the oldest church in the country that dates back to the 1500s. It was badly damaged in the fall. Attached to the church Casey and I noticed a high school. There were children standing outside looking down and waving at us. Out of curiosity, we wandered into the school grounds and were surprised when the guard let us in with a big smile. We walked through the courtyard to see some kids playing on the basketball ...
... Flight 14, KL to Manila... Again through a budget airline of Cebu Pacific and therefore through the animal herding shed that is LCCT. I estimate that there must have been at least 20,000 people waiting for flights... Over estimate? Probably not... Cebu Airline was alright, 3.40 hour flight but we had booked exit rows... Thank Jebus for those exit rows! And we weren't required to flap our arms on takeoff which is always promising... Late arrival in ...
... 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 ...