Iloilo Midtown Hotel
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... good there in Iloilo City. There's also an SM and a Robinson's Place in Iloilo City. Iloilo City can be entered from Manila via the new airport located in the municipality of Cabatuan. There's also a delicious bibingka that's from the municipality of Balasan, but it's a 3-hour drive from Iloilo City. And there are good restaurants in Iloilo City, some are Breakthrough, Tatoy's, Deco's, etc. The main dialects of this city are Ilonggo and ...
... old boy? I asked my bro, cousin, sis-in-law, friends but with their own reasons they just couldn't go with us.
Hubby is working overseas. I thought if I go to Palawan I have to be with another adult. So, later ka na lang Palawan.
Next choice is Boracay. Gateway to Boracay is Caticlan and Kalibo - fare was a bit higher and I read in a travel blog that you can go through Iloilo ...
After being stranded in Manila for an extra day, we booked a quick flight this morning to Kalibo (because it was really cheap) and then started making our way down the visayas and aiming for Bohol hopefully tomorrow. We spend the night in Iloilo, which took a couple of buses and ...
... I was touched to learn that more people wanted the opportunity to spend one last moment with me.
Good food and good company - it seldom ever gets better than that.
When we got home, Boyz's children shared with me their goodbye presents. His eldest daughter sang me a song. His youngest son, who is a very talented artist, drew me a picture. His middle daughter was meant to sing with her sister, but at the last minute shied away. ...
One of the most valuable things I learned from my beloved hula teacher when I was younger was the Hawaiian value of Kuleana, which means Responsibility. Native Hawaiians have a kuleana to pass on the dying Hawaiian tradition to each succeeding generation.
Pops, as he was known and regarded by all, reinforced this value when he taught us hula. His kuleana was to pass on to his students what was passed on to him. ...