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... stuff behind the young drum majorettes. There was a buzz that filled the decorated streets and I realised that while we were intriguingly looking at the ladies, they were equally curious about the three dark skinned Africans who had cheerfully lined up on the pavement. El Nido had a definite buzz, was more developed from an infrastructure perspective than Liminangcong, it was filled with many tourists and activities. I was happy to have ticked that box but was ...
The title of this blog explains everything we saw today. Arriving in Manila and having the entire day open to do as we pleased, I was overly ambitious and started looking around and day tours, city trips and slum bike treks around the city. This proved to be fruitless. We spent an hour looking for the left luggage area of the airport. After being told it was at terminal 4, going all the way there in an airport shuttle, we learnt that it was ...
... faucets got sensors.
Flew Bangkok Airways.Took 2 hours.
Plane is small and was an ATR 72.
Pickup by the hotel truck with open sides.
The Hotel is Villa Santi.Old colonial house owned prior by the prior queen of Luang Prabang.
Had a welcome ginger cocktail.
Ate in a local restaurant...spring roll and Mekong river sea weed ( wafer like,crunchy).the name is Kaipen.
Window shop in an Ethology store.
I spent Sunday at Greenhills, which is a mall just like ours, but it also has a huge section of “knock-offs”. Three stories of handbags, technology, clothes and pearls. The Philippines are known for their quality fresh water pearls. They had an amazing selection that was a bit overwhelming, but luckily Aizah, my local guide, took me to one of her friends who didn’t have a huge selection, but everything she ...
... fiddled around with the keyboard, looked at the computer screen and was seemingly efficiently unlocking the information I required. I assumed she was checking the cheapest for me. She looked up and smiled 'We don't fly to Bali.' I wanted to say 'Are you ******* joking...?!' But thought better of it. 'Ok, Jakarta then...?' More fiddling about 'No, sorry.' I tried to remain calm - it wasn't her fault after all but I had been waiting SO long!!! 'Ok, so where in Indonesia do ...