MO2 Westown Hotel-Mandalagan
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... plantation are simply relaxing. We passed through bridges, beautiful creeks, steep roads and rivers. Our bus arrived at the Bacolod City South Terminal past 12 pm. We still have to go to the lodge where we will stay after taking a quick lunch at the nearby eatery. The long trip was exhausting so we decided to take a short nap to re-energize ourselves for a much challenging job tasks ahead.
The City of Bacolod is strikingly similar to Colon Street in Cebu City, ...
... ride indeed. The driver said that few miles ahead from our client's place is the bus terminal going to Aklan. I got some little excitement yet disappointed coz I am not going there anyway.
It was just a short and quick visit to our client so I need to go back to the city. My departure going back to Cebu City was 7:00 pm that's why I still had time to explore the place. My first stop was in SM City Iloilo where I had ...
Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... for lunch for one of the dishes that Bacolod is famous for - inasal chicken. Inasal chicken is one quarter of a chicken (either leg and thigh or breast and wing) roasted with special spices on a wooden skewer and served with rice. Traditionally this food is eaten with your fingers, not with utensils. Each person is given a small saucer on which to pour coconut vinegar and soy sauce. Then a miniature citrus called a calimente is squeezed over the vinegar and ...
... Quite the experience.
During one of our adventures in manila, we went to a walled part of the city called Intramuros. It was very nice in this area - kind of away from the hustle and bustle of the city traffic. It had an old fort in it and a lot of old spanish-type buildings. The security guards in Intramuros were dressed like Spanish Conquistadors!! We went to check out a hotel that we had been thinking of staying in for our return trip tp ...