Days Hotel Iloilo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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I started my nursing degree in 2013 with the intention of going abroad in my 2nd year to do a placement.. and now I'm sat here actually writing about it, weird!
I leave on Saturday to start my 4 week placement in the Western Visayas Medical Centre, Iloilo. Having worked in NHS hospitals on various placements here in the UK for over a year now I'm ready to go ...
... that specialises in that activity. I have to remember what country I’m in….. So I make a note after last night’s experience to avoid ‘lodges’ (but that only lasted one night before I find myself back at one). A lesson learnt in why I normal take so much time to prepare before going to a place. It proved a good kick up the backside to me to ensure I take more care in future.
Tonight Im back in a room within my budget ($4 ...
... before going to their house. From Robinson Place Iloilo P120 to their home near GMA station in Jaro Iloilo. Just changed my shirt and off we go to Sol y Mar for the celebration and chillin near the beach. After the party, we went home early. We had an early trip to Boracay Island. Accomodation charge??? Free!!! 092614 Before 5:00 am we where already at ceres bus terminal in Jaro. P360 for the 6 hour trip to Caticlan Jetty Port. By 11:00 am I was on queue ...
... people from Iloilo City are known to be the nicest and warmest. I haven't been to many other parts of the Philippines, but I would have to agree with that statement. Their warmth, aloha spirit, and genuine attitudes simply made me want to be a better person.
The volunteers asked me when I would come back. I told them that I have still unfinished business here and hope to be back before the year's end, and perhaps make this a regular visit. In ...
... people do not and won't have that luxury. Yet they still manage to wear smiles on their faces.
As we wrapped up our time in this particular village, I couldn't help but capture the expression on two different people. One was a woman, who's burden seemed so heavy that my own heart felt heavier. And just on the other side of the a set of pillars sat a young boy with a tentative ...