The Oasis Paco Park Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Babysitting service
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... in the Philippines and has direct flights to many popular local destinations in the Philippines. They also have increasing direct flights to many countries mostly in Asia to and from the Philippines. Cebu pacific airlines is quite popular among locals for their airfare promos which are so absurd at times charging only P1.0 peso base fare for a one way flight. These promos are quite regular so try to check their website when you can before flying to Manila. Cebu pacific ...
... in the museum learning about Jose Rizal (the Filipino National Hero) when it started raining heavily. Tagaytay was a beautiful day trip and got me out of the city. It’s clean and green – very pretty area with gorgeous views.
They got me trying lots of different foods – pansit (yummy noodles), adobo (pork and chicken dish),si****ng (sour soup), loads of seafood, fried pork, ...
... fill up before it moved!! It was market day so the jeepney was very full with at least 15 people sitting on the roof as it rolled slowly down the mountains to Banaue. The locals were lovely and we enjoyed great conversation once more.
PLASTIC SEATS ON THE GROUND BACK TO MANILA – After a couple more nights in Banaue we decided we would try to find our way back to Manila. This proved to be very difficult. They only ran night buses which arrived in the ...
... with both my colleagues and students at Bethel International School. If you'd like to read more about my time in Tacloban, check out my blog for that journey: lindsaykpund.blogspot.com.
It's surreal to think that as one transforming journey is coming to an end, another is on the horizon. A few weeks ago I ran past the admonition, "Slow down; you only pass by this way once." I can't help but be convicted by the truth in those words as ...
... by a wall of fish, not a photo or painting but actual live, swimming fish. It was like having a live mural. A wall aquarium of living, breathing, swimming, eating, chasing fish. I sat in amazement for a few minutes before unpacking and setting out to take on some of Manila. I arrived in the afternoon and was bit tired after my early morning wakeup. My flight had short layover in HCMC to get my connecting flight to the Philippines capital. I had been here 5 years ago but it was so ...