CSB Hotel International Conference Center
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On Thursday morning I was in the taxi heading home. I'm gazing out the side window when my driver slams on his breaks as a young man drops onto the hood of the car. Luckily he rolls off the front and is able to stand up. To the left of the taxi is a motorcycle on its side with a bicycle on top and a man underneath. Apparently there had been a collision between the motorcyclist and the bicyclist right in front of us. The taxi had ...
... no development on it. This day was quite remarkable as we were planning a rainy day due to the forecast, however, it turned out to have slight overcast with sunny breaks. Day 3 (Inland Tour)- With the use of scooters again, we decided to see a bit more of the north area of El Nido. Some of the roads we hit were quite rough and dusty, but very scenic. We ended up passing through a small village where the locals were playing pool. Not the North American version where there is marble ...
... well worth it. It is just as beautiful here as when we came last year.
Ate Bing, Lala, Jackie and Boboy were patiently waiting for me at the airport. They didn't even make fun of the amount of luggage I brought! What nice people lol
... was open to the public!. The park was shady, cooler and humid and provides a haven for small birds. The park borders the Pasig River which could be smelt before it was seen. The stench of the river was overpowering. I have never seen a dead river like this and it was very sad to witness, the water is black and even the floating wter hyacinths which abound in rivers like the Chao Phraya in Bangkok were struggling to hold on to ...
... for a cab. The airport cab tried to beg me to use them and they wanted fourteen hundred Filipino pesos. Screw that I thought. I used an outside taxi and it costed me two hundred pesos to get to my friend Stephanie's house.
When I first arrived, I was greeted by Stephanie's mom. "Did you tell your parents you were coming here? Did they say 'It not safe there.'"
My mom would so have said that. Stephanie's mom reminded me of my mom!
After I ...