Grand Regal Hotel Bacolod
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Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... but that was something I
just couldn’t keep quiet about, we’re nurses and doctors… we are trained in
caring, educating and preventing and that was a million miles from what I saw
today. It should never have happened and although I know it will I really hope
no one else has to go through what this man has.
A little duller compared to my
previous posts, but something I felt I couldn’t keep quiet about and something I
never want to see again!
... idea where we were going and who to call. Sensible idea from us! A woman and 2 children got in the taxi with us round the corner so we felt a bit better. The taxi took 2 hours and cost 150p per person. It wasn't too bad but both the little boys were being sick and at one point we heard the woman say 'firing squad' and 'injection' so we wondered whether they were going to take us to some random place and murder us.. The two blonde girls from ...
... fathers have work in the fields only during harvest time, but then have trouble finding work the rest of the year. We met the pastor of the church, next to which we would build the CR, a very small, but extremely hard working man of 53 years. We were waiting on supplies so we went to visit a few families. I am not sure what I expected... I guess I have never experienced such extreme poverty. I guess I expected the houses to have floors made of ...
... The idea is to eat all this with your hands. So, we mucked in like two little children devouring this lovely meal. The restaurant had big double sinks in the middle of it so when people finished eating, you could wash your hands. We enjoyed this so much, we went back again the second night we were in Bacolod to eat our Inasay chicken again.
Then we got ready to leave Bacolod and head to Sugar Beach. We had a taxi ...