Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Boracay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After paying for the ticket and the environmental fees, on
we got onto a small sail boat to cross over to Boracay. we could already see the
island from the port and the journey
only took us about fifteen minutes altogether. This was a new experience for me
to be on a boat so small and i'm hoping to be one of many on this trip. Once we
had arrived at the port we took a taxi to our hostel (Frendz), we ...
... their entire lives with hurt and rejection. My friends, we don't have to! We can ask Jesus to remove that orphan spirit off of our lives and start living our lives as adopted children with a good good daddy. Missing you all! Blessings Cheryl P.s I wrote this over a week ago. Since then we have seen many physical healings. And in the last twenty four hours around 450 people have been saved through the hearing of the gospel message in open air meetings and house visits. ...
... after the bombing & its museum contained many historical treasures. Fort Santiago guarded the vital entrance to the Pasig River, making it the location of the Spanish military. It now contains the shrine of Dr Jose Rizal, who was imprisoned and executed here in 1896, 'for inciting revolution' against the Spanish colonials. The area is now designated a Shrine of Freedom to Rizal and all Filipinos who fought or died for ...
... be happening when. We wanted to catch a glimpse of all of this, but no public transport options would be available from the saddle or Batad junction in the afternoon. Fortunately we had the phone number of the tricycle driver who had dropped us of the day before and the guesthouse people texted him to pick us up from the junction at 3.
With this squared away, the man of the house, preparing his outfit for the Unesco visit, invited us to see the traditional Ifugao house they ...
... the clouds go by. In the evenings, my gf and I would sit and watch the fireworks that were the regular lightning storms, trying desperately hard to get a good picture. Or we'd take a swim in the pool, enjoying the solitude and the coolness of the water.
Over the two months i can say i really enjoyed the stay there, when Ron the owner arrived the place transformed over a few days, its really quite a shame he is not there permanently ...