Sarrosa International Hotel and Residential Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
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... away from home, we boarded our next plane on our way to L.A, our last stop before home. Again, we fell asleep, but before we knew it, we were in L.A. We thought to ourselves, “this is our last stop,” and within four hours of being on the plane we were finally back in Chicago. We each went our separate ways after getting out of the O’Hare airport. It was the most bitter-sweet, surreal moment we had ever ...
... go out for lunch. For lunch we went to another pasta place where I had spaghetti carbonara and dad had a salad because apparently dad isn't eating healthy enough. Dad had a coffee and I had a sprite which was very cold. After lunch we went outside to the taxi stand so we could go back to the hotel and dad could have a rest. When we got to our room, dad went straight to bed and told me that if he wasn't awake within an hour, to wake him up. I decided to have a ...
... arm, offering him some horrendously strong local spirits and commenting on how beautiful his wife was. A very surreal experience and now whenever we leave the hostel we run into him!
Tuesday morning we got up and located the government distribution centre. We spent 8 hours packaging food into family portioned bags and loading them onto massive lorries. That one little centre is currently producing 10,000 bags a day in an effort to feed 50,000 families who's ...
... sandals and any shoes we could find to protect their feet from the broken glass hidden by the multiple inches of water and mud that covered our floor.
This was one of the points where reality again was sinking in, we were taking people in to our home who had literally just lost their homes and had no where else to go. My mind jumped from friend, to coworker, and of course to Cangumbang, imagining the experiences everyone else was dealing with a ...
... join in which was nice, but I didn't stay too long, I didn't want it to turn into the white-person-show, as I was already attracting quite a lot of attention with everyone wanting their photos taken! And what is a visit to a country without going to a temple. The Philippines is a 90% Christian country. But there is a small Buddhist community - and they have built Chu Un temple. This very small temple is nothing like the grandeur of Thailand, Laos or China. It was very ...