Pearl Lane Hotel
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... and she loves to talk, bit like myself really. Fortunately we haven’t killed each other with words but hit it off quite well, even if by association of being the ships youngsters. She’s been a real rock to me since being on board, her maturity alongside her fun nature has been a real asset to my sanity; I’m so disappointed she’s getting off in Singapore because she’s been absolutely amazing (just don’t tell her I said that). Danielle joins the ...
... is made up of more than 7107 islands!! We visited about 12?!
2) The language of the Philippines is Tagalog but English is widely spoken which is why it is so easy to travel. There are also 176 local dialects.
3) They wrap everything in tissue, I assume to show it's clean but it will be around everything-individually wrapped cutlery, beer necks and glasses etc.
4) The food is not bad at all. ...
“Where did you make a reservation?” he asks. “At the Holiday Inn, Glorietta.” Assures J-she. “Oh, that happens all the time…this is the Holiday Inn, Galleria”. Galleria...Glorietta...whatever. Oh ****, no wonder the cab ride took so long, ours was supposed to be pretty close to the airport and we’re now way down in the CBD.
I pull out the card and call back our man Roger, suddenly we do have further use for ...
... done one too many in our past travels, so we opted for two 8 hour bus trips instead, to get to Sagada in the far north. On the first night we stopped in a town called Baguio, quite lovely, and stayed in the YMCA. They were even playing the song by the Village People 'YMCA' in the background. It was quite strange because our room was between a gymnasium, basketball court and a recording studio. All three kept us up. What to do!! The next day we caught a very basic bus ...
... to find dinner. We found "Kebab Turki", which is apparently a large chain, but we'd never heard of it. At any rate, they did tasty beef kebabs in a special packet which involved pulling a tab to expose more kebab. Deciding it was time for dessert, we went for some crepes, which were lovely but proved something of a sugar overload.
We spent the rest of the evening sat on the terrace bar at Wanderers, whilst another storm rumbled away ...