Parque Espana Residence Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... watched a few girls have a close call. We couldn't help but burst out laughing at just how ridiculously dangerous and stupid it was. The show ended soon after, leaving the crowd of about 25 wondering what the heck they had just witnessed. Chalk that one up to a good travelling story!Our time in the small town was over and so we headed east towards the coast of Bali to Tulamben.
We had one and only reason to go to Tulamben and that was to dive. Terrea googled a few places ...
So as some of you know my co-worker Ike connected me with his sister and her family in the Philippines. I had the great opportunity to spend time with them at the beginning of my time in the Philippines and to also spend my last couple of days with them. As I have whined previously, the life of a backpacker is not always as glamorous as some think but it is these special chance meetings that make the trip all that more worthwhile. I ...
... next morning, and my pastor Tim came up to me to see how I was doing, not knowing I was going to Manila. He said he had some friends there I should get in contact with. I was skyping with Michelle an hour later and I am sitting in her living room now. She connected me to Helen who lives 800m from the bank and said I could stay in her spare room.
While I was home a beautiful woman who had just finished battling cancer shared with me a story that ...
... is so delicious! After, we went to the bar and had our tequila and whiskey. Oh, and it taste even better!
The next day, we went to Vikings to try their buffet meal. Since it's Bert's birthday, it's free! We only had to pay for my meal.
It's my first time to be on staycation. I really liked the experience. From our hotel room, the ambiance, the magnificent view, and the cocktail of course, I loved every single bit of it. ...
... is arranging for us to go riding on a taxicle and jeepnie. I've got to have this experience and see what it's like to get around this way. We also had James, the son of Raul Villacote with us who knows the town better and made sure that we not only had a fun ride, but that we would return.
At first we got a taxicle and three of us crawled in on various "seating" locations. The driver is on a motorcycle who weaves this vehicle through traffic. There ...