- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the coast guard. So I was alert to the dangers and made sure I was one of the first on the boat to secure a bed near the exit (two separate exit points if possible). But the layout was good with lots of exit points so I could relax (not that I stress about safety, I'm just highly aware of it in Asia given standards are so different). I did a quick count and there were about two hundred bunk beds on the passenger level; all squished together very tightly. There were ...
... looked for accommodation. We were both tired and didn’t want to walk much, so we stayed practically in the first cheap place we found. Its name was Santos House Pension and we paid PHP 610 for a double room per night. The room was furnished with private bathroom and fan, but we had to use a bucket because the shower didnīt work well. They also had cheaper rooms with shared bathroom for PHP 490. There was no WiFi and the place was relatively far away from the walled city ...
... pineapple, tofu and mushrooms and some other noodle dishes.
It was a pleasure to spend that extra time with our alums. It was clear to me that the group knew each other well, and got together regularly. It was also nice to share two meals with other people as I knew it would be awhile before that happened again.
Back to the room around 10pm, and packed and ready for bed by 11pm. I had a 3am wake up call for my flight to Ho Chi Minh City.
... in large chunks. Gayle said the Filipinos do not use knives, but instead a spoon to cut food with…so that’s what I did. Not as easy as using a knife, but it worked. I’m just grateful that I’m not expected to use chopsticks. Although there are trash cans in the restaurants, customers do not throw away their own trash at “fast food” restaurants. It’s customary to leave your trash on ...
... we went swimming in the water to cool down and enjoy the beautiful day. After swimming I had asked Breanne if she wanted to take a walk down the beach with me. She agreed. The area we were walking to went by a small local village with nobody around. I had asked Breanne to walk down the beach for a picture. Moments later I caught up to her and we came nearing the end of the beach. We turned back and on our way, I started picking up sea shells/rocks. The 3rd seashell/ rock I had picked ...