- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Free airport shuttle
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... more active, deciding to swim straight toward Scot, as he was photographing him from a couple of feet away. Scot moved quickly to give the snake room to pass, which he finally decided to do, thankfully. We had a fantastic one hour dive, seeing incredibly diversity of underwater life, including numerous small, colorful nudibranchs and starfish that we had never seen before.
As we surfaced, the adventure began. We still had 3 foot ...
... Pastors Work in Chacala, Orphanage in Ethiopia, and others. We are looking forward to our next mission trip to Cambodia in June.
After an hour of pushing the net through the mud, Scot had about 200 grams of shrimp to show for it — he would have earned a little less than $1 for his efforts!
We have had two great days here, and weather permitting, hope to go scuba diving on our last day. We'll see if it works out, but if not, we have still had a fantastic time ...
... br> The main attraction in Legaspi is Mount Mayon. One of the most active volcano’s in the Philippines and, I think, it is one of the worlds top ten most active volcano’s. It is a near perfect cone shape and is beautiful. You can only see it is it’s entirety very early in the morning when there is no cloud around. But it is always smoking, looming over the landscape waiting to pounce. As ...
... Donsol but with flights already booked, we tramped off with fingers, toes and eyes crossed.
We were not disappointed. We expected no whale sharks and we saw no whale sharks, just had a nice expensive three hour boat ride. Never mind, we're just that little bit browner now!
After leaving Myanmar we've rarely booked hotels or accommodation in advance as the best rates, unlike Europe, are for walk in guests and if you play it right, you can really bargain hard and get ...
... places, not ideal with only a 21 day visa. We caught a jeepney into town, they are the main mode of transport here and i love them! Theyre long wheel-base jeep/bus used by the Americans in ww2 and modified. They're great, each one Is decorated differently: coloured headlights, neon paintings and sometimes themed. They're a bit like the sawanglaw things in laos, hectic to get on and off with bags but great for mingling with locals! The Filipinos are so friendly, ...