CSB Hotel International Conference Center
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... pretty quickly and picked up our luggage, then wandered around with our bags in a sleep-deprived daze looking for our driver, who was nowhere to be found. We finally called the hotel to learn that he had come and gone, even though our flight was on time, and there had been no holdup at the airport! This was the first incident of quite a few that made us shake our heads in bewilderment.
We were chuckling as our cab pulled up to the hotel—it was right next to ...
... me in an area full of bars with tinted, or no, windows. Given that about 20 people had by now warned me about taking out my phone for pics, or to put my money in my front pockets, I was now slightly on edge. There were also shady looking characters on the corners of most streets. I opted for what looked like the safest bar in the vicinity - The Cowboy Bar. The staff were all clad in cowboy garb and there were decent live bands, but I was struck by a general absence ...
... it, but the white rice and the white chocolates went well with the wine.
I was asleep by 8:15.
Miraculously, I slept through the night and was awoken by my alarm the next morning. I was meeting an alum at 8:00 AM as he and his wife had generously invited me to their home for a traditional Filipino breakfast. But, before breakfast I had to have...breakfast. My colleague Sabah had told me that the breakfast buffet at this Shangri La ...
... an exercise of patience; we got stonewalled in some sketchy little towns cause the ferries apparently did not run the days we thought they did, or the times either. All you can do is relax and have a beer or 10 (buck a beer). Have not seen a cock fight yet, maybe Vietnam. There were a couple of places with nothing to do, so we drank and walked around malls, not too bad I guess.. Off to Malaysia tomorrow
Thinking of everyone at home
... some minor injuries. Off the 15m (highest platform), Darcy, Breanne and myself suffered some kind of injury. Darcy bruised his read end, I bruised my inner biceps and Breanne seemed to tear a muscle in her right leg. Snorkelling was cool as we got to see lots of sea enchants, blue starfish and even some clown fish! Breanne and I decided to skip the kayaking to enjoy more drinks on the cliff side. The boat ride back to Boracay was not so fun for Breanne as she lost her lunch; the ...