Inn on the Bay
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... out checking the people and the luggage. The dog handler was quite nice and didn’t get upset when someone patted the sniffer dog while it was still working.
At the hotel, it was time to get some sleep. Regrouping at midday, we headed to TGI Fridays for breakfast/lunch. While the food was relatively nice, I think it was a little too much food and way too greasy as I didn’t feel at all well for the rest of the day.
... the way they operate. You can request a guide, in advance, and pay for one, but otherwise, you and your buddy are on your own – EXCEPT for the Japanese divers who come with a guide and come with helpers too I think. MDA definitely knows who butters their bread.
The staff finally told us we could get on the boat and then we have another surprise. We have paid, apparently, to have our tanks delivered to the dock BUT ...
... where Internet is still a luxury offering, i couldn't believe i was wired throughout my pub crawl and able to update stuff online. Sweet!
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... Stones of Guam (pronounced Lat-tee, not lah-tay like the coffee). Latte Stones are stone "monuments" of Chamorro culture and can be seen throughout the island. Most are fakes, placed in people's gardens for decoration, but many old Latte Stones still exist. Undisturbed stones are found usually arranged in parallel pairs of between eight and fourteen lattes framing a rectangular space. The more pairs in the structure, the taller the latte stones. While ...
... and rushing Filipino's everywhere. We loved the extensive breakfast buffet at the Manila Sofitel - probably the best we ever had. To us this seemed like a fitting end to a long holiday. At Schiphol Airport we were welcomed by Inge, greeting us with a warm welcome in the cold Dutch weather.
Enclosed is a view from our living room in Amsterdam - rain and mist included. Nevertheless, it's good to be ...