Pension Bacolod & Restaurant
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... here it is the doctors that do them. So that is pretty
much an overview of the ward, I have to question what the nurses can possibly
be writing at times. However, I’ve said before and I’ll say it again, I’m not
here to judge and tell the nurses and other staff what they’re doing is wrong,
I’m here to learn and gain insight into what healthcare is like somewhere
completely different to England and the NHS.
During my first day I spent ...
... in Bacolad and the local told me to be careful travelling on our own. When I asked him why he said 'you know' and shrugged his shoulders. We decided to see if there was a bus to Dumaguete that evening as we just wanted to leave so the local said he would come with us in a taxi to the terminal and pay for the taxi. I can't work out if people are just being nice or they want something from us. He gave me his number and said to call if we ...
... with the neighbor kids Aske and Robby who came by to play. They spoke no English, but that didn't matter much to any of them. A young 20 year old girl brought her 6 month old son, Ezekiel by. We welcomed the visit from a sweet baby! It began to pour as the van rolled away through the sugar cane fields. A dip in the pool back at the hotel with a mango shake was quite a refreshing treat in the rain! We were all a bit exhausted, but what a full , rich day. ...
... into the sidecar of his motorcycle, bags in the back. These motorcycles are tight with two Asian people in them, let alone two Westerners!! Still, it was a fun ride. When he got us to the beach, he actually phoned the resort for us and they dispatched their bangka to come and pick us up. There'll be a photo of a bangka attached to this missive. The resort is beautiful - the beaches are empty, the sun is shining, all is good.
After travelling almost 24 hours, we finally arrived in Manila just after noon on New Year's Eve. We tried our hardest to stay awake, so we dropped our bags off at our hotel, and went out for a couple of hours' walk. We went back to our room after having some dinner, and fell asleep at 7 p.m. The New Year came and went without us, as we didn't wake up until 7 a.m. the next morning.
We spent four days in Manila and what we realized from a ...