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We arrived back in Manila around 4am. As soon as we got off the bus we were swarmed by taxis. Tim was convinced that they weren't legit taxis and that they were going to over charge us. I jumped in one anyway had headed back to pink Manila hostel. Tim didn't want to go back there so he went to find another hostel. The taxi ended up to be cheaper than it was to get to the bus station so Tim's theory was wrong. As I said to him, all the taxis know that ...
... was divine. I love the sunflower seeds and the
crispy noodles. One serving definitely will not be enough because you
will ask for more. Homemade dressings are available for sale and we
bought one. ;)
The Crispy Tawilis was definitely crunchy. It tasted well with vinegar
and "atsara". It's wasn't salty. Just the way I like it.
The Bulalo was huge. The attendant was right. ...
... when he was done he would go around and say hello. Now I want to tell you that while we were there, there was only ONE family who came inside the restaurant after us and one or two tables with people at them (beside's Willie's) out on the patio. So, being the patient people we are and respecting his time, we took a seat out on the patio and ordered some coffee and tea as we waited for his "meetings" to be over. My back was facing him most of the time, but ...
... back, asks "Who book this for you?", to which Rob points at me. "Where you get this booking?" he scowls at me. "Through your website?" I say. He frowns somemore, tells us that they have no indication of the additional baggage allowance, and no exit row seats either. Completely bizarre, because we have the confirmation printout, and we've made payment for both add-ons, which were processed in that single transaction. We had even checked our credit card statements ...
... of fun getting called Dr. Janie.
One of our good friends here, Cuya Jorge (the 28 yr old guy that drives us a lot) came and saw us in the clinic today. Chief complaint: fatigue and eye strain. Treatment: more sleep and glasses. It's *************e of the only drivers here, he is up at all hours "fetching" people and then sometimes puts in a shift as a roaming night guard, so the least we can do is try and get him an eye exam and glasses (roughly ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaal Vista Hotel Tagaytay
Nice hotel you will have a nice view to Taal Volcano
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