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... very serene. The commentary had it's moments of humour, our guide described in detail the different areas of the caves and how he perceived the rock formations, for example, he pointed out the head of Christ and then the Last Supper. We entered an area with large naturally vaulted ceilings which he likened to St Paul's Cathedral. The next area was his vegetable area where formations resembled carrots or beans etc. His best line however came as we approached ...
... security prisoners located here. Their status is indicated by their uniforms. When someone is imprisoned here, their families also come with them and live on the farm. And now they’ve turned this place into a tourist attraction! We were brought into the center of the farm where all of the officers live, there’s a church, post office, housing for the inmates, etc. We got off our vans and they had seats set up under tents for us. They provided us with ...
... I was tired but happy to have arrived with no major delays - I was pretty worried about making the connecting fight, but Manila's airport wasn't quite as awful as I'd heard it was.
So I get into Puerto Princesa and catch a tricycle to my hotel, Duchess Pension. What's a tricycle?! It's just a motorcycle with an attached passenger seat - a cheap way to get around. ...
... an expired driving license and a set of car keys on them?? Cebu Pacific Airlines Suck!!!!
Then we landed.
Back in Manila G and I decided to see a bit more of the city than just The Mall of Asia. We went off to find the Cathedral and Fort Santiago. We jumped in a jeepney and got to the right part of town and then with a bit of help from a lovely push bike tricycle driver called Arty we found both. We learnt all about ...
... Once again, I seem to have the "generic Asian look": the Koreans from Korea and California think I'm Korea; recently hanging out with the BFF in NYC resulted in me being mistaken to be Japanese… And now, FIlipina?!
As we found ourselves back on a bustling street, we passed the local market - a typical bustling Filipino produce market with stalls stacked with tropical fruit - and succumbed to the bewitching wiles of an air-conditioned JolliBee, the ...