Hotel Del Rio
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... healthcare and hospitals on the other side!
I've started this blog to keep track of what I'll be doing during my time in Iloilo and to use for my portfolio when I get back to uni. Although i have no idea how to use it properly, I'll try and keep it updated so you can read about and follow what I've been doing, hopefully it works!
Malakat na ako!
... which is the perfect little prison cell I’ve become accustomed to. The hot shower and TV last night in my $25 room where a nice treat tho ;). I’ll never take a hot shower for granted again. Finding (budget) accommodation is hard. Most places don’t have a street front. Ultimately you are looking for a small sign that points up some dark dingy stairs to a second floor reception above the street. Have a look at the only sign for the pension house I ...
... and fees. P100 terminal fee, P75 environmental fee and P25 boat fare. 10 min boat ride was done. Took a tricycle to their plaza and paid P30. At the back of the Holy Rosary Parish where Casa Alonso is and just a 5 min walk going to the famous white sand beach. The place was the good, cosy, peaceful and modern. Their staff was very friendly. Thank you nikki. We were in Boracay but we chose to eat pizza Yellowcab!!! After eating we took a stroll and let my ...
... we have an expression that says, "Entre el dicho el y el hecho, hay gran trecho". Translation: between what is said and what is done, there is a lot of space or distance - meaning, a lot can happen between now (what I say) and what I actually do; or there is a big difference between saying it and doing it.
I have every intention of returning here to be back with my family and friends who have adopted me. I look forward to seeing where life takes ...
... look on his face. It told a story of amount of desperation, need, and hope. It summed up to me the whole purpose for my visit - living simply so that others can simply live.
We left the village restoring the hopes of its residents. We traveled another 7km to the next village of Odiong Altabas ...