Mango Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we water was everything but quiet and the wind was strong. Call me chickenshit, but I passed on this one... Traveling with locals is great, I really can get into the culture, barely meet Western tourists and see places most tourists don't. However, often the best places in any country become touristy because everyone wants to visit it. That's why I decided to go to Palawan. Palawan is the most west island of the Philippines and supposedly similar to paradise. Because it is too far ...
... caused so much destruction, the impact here was nothing compared to the haiyan typhoon that occurred a month later. Homes are only now beginning to be rebuilt. On our drive around the island we stopped many times along the way. We firstly visited the famous chocolate hills, one of the seven wonders of the world. We climbed 400 steps to appreciate an amazing view. We then went to a butterfly farm, where we ...
Manila is a very big bustling city with clogged roads full of insane drivers, mopeds and tuktuks weaving amongs each other. Generally pavements are either very small, full of holes, crowded with street vendors or are utterly non existant meaning pedestrians must brave the edges of these roads, keeping eyes wide open for vehicles swerving in their direction. I was quite impressed to spend two days around the town without getting hit!
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... upstairs, we all settled in to my bedroom to wait out the storm.
It wasn't more than 10 minutes before we felt water droplets, it took us a few moments to realize where they were coming from, and then it was almost pouring through the ceiling of our bedroom. Almost instantly, it seemed, the window locks gave out and the shuttered windows began slamming and the wind's howling amplified greatly. We all started yelling various things, grabbed ...
... only had an hour before our luggage expired (you could only buy timeslots of 3 hours, so if we didn’t make it back in time we'd be about £10 out of pocket!). Arnaud put in a heroic performance and sprinted up, ran round Buddha and took the stairs down 2 at a time all in 9 mins. We ran for the cable car but unfortunately there was a huge queue to go back down the mountain and we doubted we would make it back in time. On the way down we realised that if we had to pay for ...