Golden Pine Hotel
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... br> after suffering a mild stroke Monday morning. He was with his wife
Cecille, co-workers Mercy Palabrica and Daryll delos Reyes, and driver
Wilhelm Palabrica. The FX was driven by Anthony Ridao, employee of the
National Statistics Coordination Board, and son ...
... the road. Then Rodel said again. "He's a major. Major problem." Doh.
Rodel then took us to Mines View Park. We looked out for five minutes at the views across the mountains and villages, declined a photo on a horse with a pink mane, then headed back to the city proper and the bowling alley.
Milnesyboy won the first the game, Rodel smashed us in the second game.
For tea we enjoyed (well most of did, Ravi's chicken was dodgy) steak and chips. ...
... a bit of what it means to be a student in the Philippines, to the lecture itself. The main point of the lecture was to encourage Filipino students to aim to be the employer, not just an employee. We were formally welcomed as guests at the beginning which was a little awkward but nice. That was just after the opening prayer, the national anthem, and the alma mater anthem. One of the main reasons we headed to Baguio was to renew our travel visas--when ...
... say hello in the street, they ask how our stay has been - they want for you to enjoy their country. They are gracious, friendly and positive and above all resilient. They might be down, but they are far from out. In the few days since the storm we've seen the people of Coron get themselves back onto their feet and start smiling again. They need the income from tourism to continue, and the town is pretty much ready. So if you have been considering a trip to ...
... I enjoyed today, making a repeat visit to Bellfrei Spa. We started off with the 1-hour long "Foot Relax" package (300pesos or US$7.30), which... is essentially foot reflexology, but with attention to your legs, arms and back too. Rob then went to Starbucks, supposedly to use the Wifi to blog (didn't happen), while I continued with a Hot Stones Massage (700pesos or US$17).
It's my first experience with Hot Stones, and maybe ...