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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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The highlight of my trip to the Philippines was definately Tagaytay. I didnt know about this place until my friend had told me about it and I hadnt decided on visiting it until she had shown me the pictures.
I just had to visit the smallest active volcano with a lake in the middle and the volcano is within a lake itself. The transport to Tagaytay is easy from Manila and takes two hours.
I got the bus from Bay 1, Coastal ...
... Asian or Thai, some missing buns, some having TomYam or prawn type sides. Several places looke dpromising, such as the English pub, and the NY deli, but all failed. Decided not to dissapoint myself and to go dirty and go to the King of Burgers. Onion rings, BK bbq bacondoublecheeseburger, chicken dippers....a taste of home. Felt ill having eaten it all, just like in the UK. £19 for two people, way more than all you can eat....free heart failure to boot ...
... and saw a big sign on the side reading "Open Tuesday to Sunday." Well, damn... it's MONDAY. The one day that it is closed, we managed to go! We snapped some pictures and then headed back to Pilar.
It was a smart move to come back to Pilar too, because not long after we got back it started to rain like CRAZY. They say that a storm is headed this way this week too so I'm sure that isn't helping the situation. Marnie has been sick ...
... beast with me clutching on staggered over the rocks and ruts. I’ve got all the pictures to prove that I have done it.
When we got around the first few bends there were other mad people coming up and down taking this trek into the wilderness - sorry, bit of an exaggeration - up the mountainside to the volcano. By this time I was a pretty qualified pony rider however I didn't let my guide stop holding the lead. Some of the guides were sitting behind the ...
... that came and went all day and night. Still drizzling the next day, we were feeling decidedly miserable and definitely missing Koh Tao. The original plan was to head to Batangas which was another 20 miles or so south, where we could catch a ferry to our first island and maybe get in a spot of diving. Research over another McDonalds though established that even to cover this short distance would require a complex series of Jeepney changes as there were no buses. So back to ...