Emiramona Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... so that I wouldn't be too sore tomorrow!
After the sweat, the dirt, and chlorine - I was in dire need of a shower... and a nap. I napped for a good hour, woke up, and then slept for a couple more hours after that... clearly, my body was in need of that rest. While I slept, Mike did a little research on places to have dinner and he found a good spot right next door to our hotel called the Fire Lake Grill. Although pricey, we both figured ...
... a very colorful retired teacher. A great conversation with her about the local area and her travels. This small (only 12 rooms) resort is a family run business with everyone in the family doing some sort of job. The staff is very friendly and ready to do anything they can to make sure your comfortable. I had the sense I was the only person there but was told they were sold out. I wanted to visit the ...
... came through for me! Seriously, DELICIOUS!
Tuesday we were planning on heading to the National Museum... then we learned that Lebron James was in Manila doing an exhibition for Nike. Honestly, I knew Lebron would cause even MORE traffic than there already was in Manila and I just didn't have the desire to see the museum that much to sit in traffic. SO... we scraped the museum plan but we did need to venture out to check if there was a Last Supper ...
... Calamba City - filled with lots and lots of tricycles. Have I explained tricycles yet? I don't think I have. Anyway, tricycles are basically motorcycles with side cars and are just another mode of public transportation. Anyway, Calamba City was hopping and we weren't quite sure where Rizal's home was so we asked a tricycle driver who pointed us in the right direction... well kind of. We had to make some turns, but eventually approached ...
... house and could see LOTS of people between the cracks, and tables dressed in white linen and chairs covered with linens and pink and purple covers! When I walked through, they all screamed "SURPRISE!" Woah. As they began to sing "Happy Birthday" I looked around and saw familiar faces and new faces alike, including my future sister in law, Angela! As I went around greeting and kissing each family member, I was overwhelmed with emotion and ...