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... case I decide to dart out of this cab! As traffic starts moving again he does another u-turn and goes back where we came from! WTF! Not sure what that was all about, but a cab ride that normally costs 64 Php cost me 112 Php. I’m thinking he wasn’t crazy, but a swindler. Well played, sir!
Art made me a wonderful Filipino dish called Bicol Express and Julie (yes there is a Julie here!) made ...
... 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 ...
... make his day. The affect of the typhoon was still noticeable in Coron. Some houses had destroyed roofs and the smell of sewage was frequent. Construction was still in process. The time has come to say goodbye to the Philippines. I loved it here. Great food, nice people, beautiful beaches and awesome scuba diving. I will carry these memories with me forever. Now on to new adventures with my fiancee!!! I must say that I have got a little homesick. I wish I could be home to celebrate ...
... unprepared for it. Even just walking the streets we got a healthy burn! On our walk back to the hotel, Terrea spotted a nice spa/beauty parlour where she got a perfect pedicure for $4 and where Nigel was also able to get a head shave for the same price! Whilst in the spa, our first Indonesian rainfall occurred. Oh no! Was this torrential rain going to happen every day?!On our second night in Kuta we decided to let loose and have a night on the town. After an amazing dinner and ...
... the promenade deck, (our deck), the
railing was crowded with excited Filipino crew; all gazing
shoreward. Some of them were already busy talking to their loved
ones on their cell phones. It was a very happy and touching scene.
Tears started to well up in
my eyes, and I started to choke. It was my first visit via a cruise
ship, and my first visit since 2008. It is here where I was born,
where both my parents were born, and now ...