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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Peninsula is 45 minutes away from Naga City by land PLUS another 2 hours by boat. The fare would cost you p110 for the filcab, and p120 for the boat. The boat docks at Guijalo Port, where Tugawe's private boat will wait for you to take you to the cove. Alternatively, Tugawe Cove offers a private boat from Sabang Port to the cove for p800 per person, round trip. Mijani and I had to take the public transport because we woke up late that day ^_^ I have high ...
... the floor. They are supposed to have huge health benefits like preventing arthritis, stomach problems, help with anti ageing, better circulation.......the list goes on. I guess if you went every day, you'd look amazing and have no health issues! After the hot springs we went back to the lake and ate dinner which we ended up throwing away as it was so bad. We had an early flight to Manila the next morning. We were hoping for less wind and better ...
... of the statue. I did however walk through town following the crowds. There were thousands of people from all over the Philippines here to worship. It was pretty powerful to see people with such strong faith walking barefoot in the streets. Afterwards we returned home had some breakfast and went to sleep. It is now mid morning and i am writing this ...
I can't remember which day this was but I figure I'll add it in. Barb's son was confirmed Ina special ceremony that took place in the arch bishops palace. I was one of his sponsors. It was a small gathering of friends. Afterwards we headed back to the house for an incredible feast. Barb's ex-husband brought over a slow roasted pig and we ate various other foods. All of which were fantastic. The pictures are all posted on yesterday's ...
... all the food names that were not in English so I could successfully order something authentic. The prices here aren't as cheap as they have been everywhere else so you didn't want to have to order a second meal if you didn't like the first one. The day involved more wakeboarding, and a trip to the 'Wipeout' park. We get over to the Wipeout park and unlike the other days we've walked past it, there are a ton of Filipinos hanging out over there. 5 of us walk down ...