Discovery Country Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
The Ruetschles have welcomed me into there home for the next few days and have made me feel right at home. What a blessing they are! Michelle and Steve have three boys, Aiden, Jude, and Zephyr, all sweeties. Steve was in an accident a few years ago and was a Paraplegic but God has worked in his body and he can walk! Steve pastors Union Church of Manila in Makati, Manila.
-My first day of work at ...
... on the plantation now is if your family has ALWAYS lived there. So each of the homes is passed from one generation to the next... and if I remember correctly, someone in the family needs to work for the resort as well. The church, therefore, is for the residents of the plantation and it was quite beautiful. Part of the altar was raised and we learned later that the Escuderos are buried there and that is why it was raised... creepy and cool at ...
... pork lumpia!) This lumpia was called "Lumpia Ubood" and contained shoots from a coconut tree. It was delicious! It's served two ways - fresh and fried... me, being the fatty that I am, had both (that's not true, Kuya Ronnie told me I should try it both ways so I did!) The fresh was absolutely delicious and I much preferred it to the fried... GASP! I know, Ellaine likes everything fried, but not in this case. We also enjoyed some pancit canton and ...