Tambuli Beach Club East Wing
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... and FORT SAN PEDRO the smallest Fort in the country.
Since it’s almost noon, i decided to go back to hotel to take some rest in preparation for afternoon adventure. (crossed Mc Cuenca avenue and walked until the end of Osmena Boulevard where Metro Gaisano is located- Hotel is just a few steps away)
In the afternoon, send myself to Crown Regency Hotel for some adventure.
... aid, but everyone in our area appeared to be somewhere safe and off the streets. As the water level began to lower, we started cooking rice and eggs, some our own and some from the individuals who had taken shelter in our home. The atmosphere of the room slowly changed from despair and stress to a more light-hearted relief.
The little boys dressed in my tank tops down to their knees began to tease each other and wrestle on the couch. The little ...
... and got bored.
After the 'night of terror' and breakfast drama this was the worst 12 hours and finale to an otherwise enjoyable two weeks in Taiwan and the Philippines.
Thankfully we were able to board my flight without any more incident and I was en route home, and to a decent nights sleep in my own bed.
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... skin means that you have the luxury of working inside, and not outside on traditional low income jobs, causing lots of sun exposure making skin darker. It's similar to us, thinking about it in a sense that, tanned white skin means you can afford a nice beach vacation, and you're not stuck inside working away your life. Anyways, so most of the sunscreen was 50 SPF, and most of them contained skin whitener. They even had one or two bottles of 120 SPF!!!! I didn't even ...
... Marine Life enthusiasts, and those who have listed down Swimming with Whale Sharks in their bucket list--The Philippines is the perfect spot for you to go;) If you are not one of us, and concerned about us diving with them, don't be alarmed, fortunately, --we are not on their lists of menu, they only eat planktons and small shrimps locally known as "oyap".
These gentle giants have taken sanctuary in ...