Emiramona Garden Hotel
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... then I can do the walking myself but he still insisted that I needed a horseback and a guild. I insured him that I didn't need them things.
On the way over there the boat driver still tried to sell me a guild which was his 7 year old brother. I said "I am in no mood to baby sit. I just simply wanted to do it on my own" they didn't get my sense of humour.
When I arrived at the island I had to pay the park entrance fee which was only 40 pesos. As ...
... is also good. The
attendant smiled at us and said it was "on the house".
The Leche Flan was big and very creamy. It wasn't as sweet as the ones we
get in supermarkets. Everything we ate was a delight. If this place
weren't far, I'd probably go back here next weekend to try more of their salad
and other Filipino dishes like Kare-Kare. I wish we could go back here
... just kept swimming to find more and more!
There's not a whole lot I can say about day except it was relaxing. We swam, ate, slept, swam, ate, slept, showered and left! I only wish there could be AFFORDABLE places like this in America - I may like the beach a lot more if there was!
After a long day, we arrived back in Pilar around 9pm. The sun has a way of really sucking the life out of you so as soon as my head hit the pillow, I was OUT. Before ...
... and then told me to move along. So much for the FAA 4-inch blade guidelines. So much for security, for that matter. I had a lethal stabbing device getting away scot-free in my bag, snug beside The Hobbit and a half-melted Snickers bar. Thus concluded our trip to the Philippines. I'm certainly disappointed to be leaving with the conclusion that we never intend to return, since we both wanted so, so, badly to love this country and its people. From the start, we made it ...
... us. The guidebooks had said each would be around 500 pesos so that is basically what I had planned cash wise. I did not have enough cash so we had planned on hiking up. All the info I had read said it was an easy 30-40 minute hike on a slow incline. As the boat came closer it was clearly obvious this would not be as easy as we had anticipated. I explained our dilemma to our guide and he said he would g with us back to Tagatay to an ...