Summit Ridge Hotel
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... in a way was a wasn't day, but it was really nice to chill out by the pool and read the lonely planet on where to go to next.
I decided on Puerto Princsea and started to look for flights. I thought I would wait a little bit longer to see if the prices went down, but it done the opposite. I seem to be doing this a lot recently. I waited and waited to see if it went down again but it just stayed the same.
I got talking to some nice people on the ...
... to Pilar - I prayed to sweet baby Jesus I would not get sick again in the car and thankfully he answered my prayers. When we got to Pilar, I made a bee line for the bathroom and wouldn't you know it, I threw up. That was about the end of my stomach problems for the evening. After quick phone call to my Mother to tell her about the disappointment that was Willie Revillame, and my stomach doing back flips, it was time for bed! We had an early morning wake up call ...
... beautiful dark wood (I don't know what kind) and was rather large by most people's standards - especially Filipinos. Many of the rooms were kept in tack and there were the coolest little hiding places that Aguinaldo had built into the house (including a secret passage to the church in case of emergencies). They even had a pool! All in all, a pretty cool place to visit!
After Kawit, we needed to bring back Ate Neneng and Ate Babylou to their ...
... meditate, it also has other attractions. Like, the zip-line, cable car, horses where you can ride and not to mention the open field where you can freely play and have kiting with your love ones.
... and then told me to move along. So much for the FAA 4-inch blade guidelines. So much for security, for that matter. I had a lethal stabbing device getting away scot-free in my bag, snug beside The Hobbit and a half-melted Snickers bar. Thus concluded our trip to the Philippines. I'm certainly disappointed to be leaving with the conclusion that we never intend to return, since we both wanted so, so, badly to love this country and its people. From the start, we made it ...