Emiramona Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Swimming pool
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... noon time and since our legs and bodies were aching from that hike up the volcano, we decided to hop in the hotel's infinity pool. Considering the pool at the Marina de Bay in Palawan was pretty warm, we assumed that this pool would also be a comfortable temperature... oh no, not so. It was COLD and after a few laps and standing around in the water, I wanted out. I left the pool hoping and praying that maybe, just maybe, it relaxed my ...
... volcano. I found my hotel without too much trouble. I did pass it and had to take a tricycle back to the resort but with the help of some very nice locals I reached my destination. The resort sits on the bank of Taal Lake which is really the rim of the old volcano. In the distant you can see the smoke rising from the active volcano in the middle of the lake. I was greeted by the owner of the resort ...
... Although a bit cloudy, it was still quite beautiful to behold... almost reminding me of my time on the Great Wall of China. Whats great about Tagaytay is that because it's at a much higher elevation, it is pretty cool, temperature wise! So Ate Baby and I sat on patio and enjoyed our coffee and tea and took in the scenery, minus sweating! :)
Before heading home, we made one last stop to at Good Shepherd (a convent/bakery) that sells "Ube Jam" - ...
... a banana tree looks like AND Ate Neneng told me a funny story about me when I was 5 years old visiting the Philippines. On that visit, I must have brought a Barbie doll with me and this particular day, our niece Kaye was holding MY doll. Well, Ate Neneng went up to Kaye and asked her in Tagalog "Wow, that's a nice doll! Whose is it?" Apparently, I was sitting right there too and understood what she said and I quickly piped up and said ...
... I began to break out into a sweat and I could FEEL the color draining from me. I wasn't sure how much longer I could hold out either staying conscious or without throwing up. I leaned over to my Ate Baby and just spoke a few words: "Ate Baby, I don't feel good." The rest is kind of a blur because all I remember was her asking me if I was going to throw up and me responding with "maybe" and then asking me if I could get to the ladies room and saying ...