Pension Bacolod & Restaurant
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... healthcare and hospitals on the other side!
I've started this blog to keep track of what I'll be doing during my time in Iloilo and to use for my portfolio when I get back to uni. Although i have no idea how to use it properly, I'll try and keep it updated so you can read about and follow what I've been doing, hopefully it works!
Malakat na ako!
Bacolod City, our destination today, is located on the island of Negros and is the capital of the province of Negros Occidental. For our American friends, here Negros is pronounced "neh-grahs" with a hard 's' rather than "nee-growz" as we might pronounce it in the US. The island is divided into two provinces - Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental. Bacolod is nicknamed "The City of Smiles" and certainly lives up to its reputation. It is home to about a half ...
... in this line up and she told the clerk that she had back surgery (thereby being disabled). The clerk asked her to lift up her shirt and show her her back injury. Try and get away with that in Canada!!!
We did manage to find the mall we were looking for. Actually, it was five malls, all linked together. Security is at every entrance door, where you go through a metal detector, and are searched. Security is at it's highest in this city. Every ...
... bits of information on them (as you can see from one of the pics!), some interesting and some just a little bizarre. Once we had our fill of the butterflies we continued our walk up past a boating lake and on to a natural sulphur spring that bubbled out of the ground and of course, absolutely stank of rotten eggs! It was very cool but we just couldn't take the smell for very long and continued our walk. I had read that in this reserve were hordes of fruit bats and flying foxes ...
... fifth year, the glitzy after-dark event has been expanded to three venues. One was at the Tourism Strip along Lacson St., whose two sides were converted into a long stretch of stalls offering food and drinks. It was there where our hosts treated us to a splendid dinner of fine Japanese cuisine as we watched from a comfortable vantage point the street dancers strut their stuff. The other venues of the Electric Masskara were ...