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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay
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... in Tagaytay were rather amazing. We had chosen Tagaytay for its description as offering up endless views overlooking Lake Taal towards Taal volcano. We passed a Starbucks, which even if I think ruin the authenticity of so many places, was possibly the nicest looking ever with (obviously) one of the prime locations looking into the vast lake below. Our bus was taking us further round from here though, and on exiting were greeted by some very eager tricycle drivers ...
For only 800 pesos ($20CAD), the hotel room in Manila was clean and did it's job. However, when I was watching the news on the 12" tv a visitor showed up. Yep, a cockroach the size of two twoonies came crawling on the wall beside the tv. I guess it's a normal thing here, but I haven't seen too many here in the Philippines.
We take off to Taal volcano at 8am, which supposed to be a two hour drive. Traffic in Manila and Quezon ...
... the whole bill including 2 beers and a vodka and orange, and Leahs spag bol came to £12...but I still feel bumped Kota kinabalu - (-5)/10 - Only place doing food No burger available. Minus points because it's a **** airport full of hoards of people and we lost our deet, which is not their fault but **** them. Denpasar - 1/10 - Nowhere doing burgers No burgers. Could have bought chips. Domestic flight probably doesn't cater for fat people like me. 10 ...
... Manila area and more towards the provinces. When I came downstairs ready to go, Ate Neneng was already at the house since she would be joining us for the adventures of the day, which included going to Taal Village to check out the historic Spanish architecture and the Basilica and Calamba City to see the home of Jose Rizal. Before heading out, we dropped Mickee off at work... I completely forgot it was Monday. Seriously, this vacation ...
... ferry (and I counted my blessings that I didn't get sick), we were herded onto our respective "busses" to tour the island. We were on Bus #3 and our tour guide was a funny and knowledgable Filipina named Stella. There were many things I enjoyed about the tour and little tid bits and I can't all of them with you because I do need to sleep at some point tonight. But here are just some highlights: Many of the guerrilla fighters found on the island ...