Out Of The Blue Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... in Thailand - no contest.
One of the challenges of travelling around the Philippines is how to connect to the various islands. Most times, this includes a flight via somewhere else, which can be pricey. We decided against this route to get to Boracay. Instead, we had 2 options. A long trip overland and then a ferry ride (whole trip would take a day) or an overnight ferry. Sherilyn's sister-in-law, Liz, had warned us about the ferries ...
... it everytime i throw it to him!! So "Edward" from Manila sits and chats with us for quite a long time, us interested in his/her stori es about growing up over here, education, stuff like like that. But if we had one question, he/she had 10!! So after inviting us to a fashion show in two days and getting Miss K's facebook address, we say goodbye, and head back to get ready to go for food! With food tonight we decide to go for the 'Mindoro Special ...
... and we had a look at the room available. It was a really
nice surprise, with a large glassed lounge area with amazing views
across the sea and a handy fridge. The bedroom was also huge, with
two double beds, and two ensuites, divided by a curtain, creating a
nice hint of hospital chic. After establishing clearly that no
randoms would be appearing to share the room with us we headed down
to the beach and relaxed with a couple of drinks at a beach bar. This
... General Hospital) and we saw the ER, different wards and some of the private rooms and hospital suites. It was really amazing! Very different from hospitals back home, but they have huge rooms and the suites are like mini apartments! Also, since PGH is government funded, they see anyone who needs care and provide top-notch care to all. Our new friends are so nice to take us out and about! Thank you so much!
On Saturday, we went on ...
... back way down a small trail through the jungle. We decided to try the “scenic route”. After a short time we stumbled into a native family’s hut. Everyone was very friendly and thanks to Chuck’s advice we made great friends with the children by giving them chocolate. We were encouraged after some primitive conversation reassured we were on the right route. The trail soon turned into a maze resembling a game trail with multiple Y’s dead ...