El Rico Suites Apartelle
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... go out and the rest of is go to the roof. They are from New Zealand and the other guy is German. We have a great time talking about anything and everything, they're all very easy to get on with, despite the German guy, Max, going to Skype his girlfriend every 5 seconds! I'm actually not feeling too great at this point got a bit of a headache and feeling a bit sick but it's laid back and chilled so it's ok. They are going out and are trying ...
... also got to eat my vegetables and noodles which arrived with pork even though it wasn't listed on the menu- no one in the Philippines understands the concept of being vegetarian.
Afterwards I went back to the hostel and met a fellow Edmontonian named Marc, and a French girl named Ymane.
Three minutes after meeting them they asked "hey want to climb a volcano tomorrow?"
to which I instantly replied- "Yes!"
... an ethical dilemma, though. What he had done would certainly been frowned upon had I done it. Switching tags is a solid no-no. But had he done it because mine were marked wrong? I wasn't sure. He had said something about the price while in mid-creep a few minutes earlier that I wasn't paying attention to because I'm method and don't like to be disturbed while I'm putting my sock-perusing game face on. And, there did appear to be some kind of sale going on in the ...
... they have
already planned how to spend the entire day. What if we were in a
convention or attending a wedding or something similar? You couldn't even
apologize properly. Is that what we get in availing promo? Oh Zest
Air you better do something about your customer service because bloggers like
me can really bring you down. You should read what I had to say about Air
Phil Express. I wasn't at all surprised when they ...
... tasty. Near the hotel we stopped in at a bakery and bought a little doughnut for 5 pesos. It was newly baked and delish.
6:30 came and went, still nothing from Jon. Kelcy called home and put out an APB on Facebook. Crickets for the next hour. She was very worried and frustrated. We decided to go down to the hotel's restaurant and hook into the internet from there. We ordered beer and waited. Finally, a message came through ...