Palazzo de Laoag Hotel and Restaurant
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... was on my way at 12.15. But not before a great discovery.
Well, I'd neber seen one before...anyway...
Perhaps the weather radar doesn't reach too far offshore, but there was in reality plenty of activity, and I didn't want ti be anywhere near it. So I surfed the edges with my route heading for Taiwan and China for a while, before working around the clear patches to head south again. ...
... few cars but many bikes and buses all with engines that make just a little too much noise. The people though are friendly, welcoming...and no-one is going to get offended by a Pope joke enough to get out a sub-machine gun over it. Which is quite a juxtaposition within the context of the amount of sub-machine guns you see when merely walking around the shops.
Four hours to kill. Excuse my choice of words. Two months to live.
Je suis Charlie.
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... could turn off the air conditioning and be at a more comfortable "Lemur" doesn't appear to have been considered. It is a mistake to wear shorts when the temperature is Penguin.
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