Days Hotel Tagaytay
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A bit of a nothing day as we travelled from Puerto Princesa to Tagaytay via Manila. Checked out of the super white guesthouse late morning and grabbed a late breakfast across the street at a nice but completely empty restaurant. Gemma had a burger (they seem to be a regular favourite on a Filipino menu) and I had breaded pork which came with unlimited rice and an iced tea, neither were spectacular though unlimited anything is always pretty ace. Lots of travelling as we took ...
... of them being Amelia who said she was leaving a few days ago. She told me that she had booked her flight home on the 14th of March instead of February. I ****** myself laughing. She had to fork out a load of money just to change her flight date. We all had a good afternoon talking and making each other laugh in the common area. Amelia headed to the airport around 6 to catch her flight.
All of us guys headed out for a bite to eat. We headed to a Philippine ...
... Bank is tomorrow so pray for peace in my heart!
- that I will be able to find a community of believers and grow in my faith
- for Tobin, whom I love with my whole heart, that he is clothed with angels and is kept safe and for the people he is interacting with in Kenya.
Well, join me on my adventure! We all know I am a little bit of a weird one so this should be quite the fun time!
... time, I guess.
It was a fantastic day trip, and as we headed back to Pilar, we stopped to buy lanzones (my new favorite fruit) at a road side stand, and corn at a different stand. I kid you not, I love lanzones and just thinking about not having it in the States is making me really sad... damn border control and their ban of foreign fruits and vegetables! haha. I don't know how to describe this fruit except as pure, sweet deliciousness. ...
... t have a pin and was not active. Well, excited, she took the shell and put it back on the bus and it sat on the bus for 4 days when it was discovered that it was actually still active!! Thank goodness it didn't explode with tourists inside! We also approached a tunnel on the island called the Malinta Tunnel (Malinta means "little leaches" eewwww). This tunnel was used as a great many things - hold ammunitions, political headquarters and hospital, just ...