The Oasis Paco Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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... couldn't help but notice the questionable couples that seemed to be everywhere I.e old western guys and very young local girls. It was weird but I figured it was late, people were drunk etc. we headed back to our room and crashed till about 9.30 the next morning, we made it down in time for breakfast and as we were waiting for a free table we noticed quite a lot of questionable couples were also eating breakfast together awkwardly! We decided we were going ...
Today I left Australia bound for the otherness of Asia. It is neither better or worse in my books. The two places are simply so different that you cannot compare them.
As I live on a large island smack bang in the middle of nowhere flight is the travel of choice when it comes time to leave. I hear you all exhale in a sympathetic sigh 'oh no! Not an airplane.'
It starts with the typical horrors I have come to expect, a hot towel and ...
... reps are trying to get access to the 3rd floor via just 2.5 slow moving elevators. Lots of standing around waiting; I’ve been here 4 weeks and I finally asked if there were stairs I could take considering we’re only on the 3rd floor.
The forecast shows another tropical storm to hit the Philippines by Wednesday so I was expecting some rain this weekend, but it was ...
... his final walk through the fort from the room in which he and Kirsten Bracken were married just one hour before he died. Somewhat bizarrely, a bullet-chipped fragment of his bone was on display in the museum.
We took a jeepney back to the mall (being anywhere without air-con during the middle part of the day was truly unbearable) and had a lovely meatball pasta meal at an Italian restaurant. Not sure what to ...
... to see you again one day to visit the area my mom grew up in. Breanne's point of view Corey, my parents and I landed in Manila and after a couple hours of searching for flights we decided to fly to Cebu. It was a short flight but a long crazy drive down to Oslob area where we would swim with whale sharks. The driving in the Philippines is nuts. The roads are filled with motorbikes and tricycles while cars are passing left right and center at ridiculously high speeds. The driving is ...