The Executive Plaza Hotel Manila
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It's finally sabbatical time! After months of planning, researching, booking flights and guesthouses, and dreaming of the trip, here we are on the island of Busuanga in the Philippines. It was a bit of a rocky start though...as in all developing countries, patience is key here, as things very often do not go as planned!
After 22 hours of travel (always painful!) we arrived at the Manila airport, where I'd arranged a pickup in advance through the hotel. We got ...
... of my choice. My neighbour complains about the presence of children, they haven't made a noise but clearly they are offensive creatures who should be made to travel in the undercarriage.
Breakfast shows up and it's a tortuous smorgasbord of yumminess.... why did I wear jeans? It's so hard to endure that I have to pop open my button and recline into the next movie. All the while I'm watching the time, trying to decide when ...
... one for the house and another for the dogs! You know someone is a nanny because they wear a uniform that looks like medical scrubs. Unlike in the US having a nanny is fairly common. You can get a live- in nanny for just $50 a month.
I enjoyed a nice lunch with Lorenia Cervantes from the Santa Ana office on Sunday afternoon. She’s working on a project moving work from our Latin America region to Manila. ...
... inhabiting the islands, and how it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep their languages and traditions alive.
After another jeepney to Robinson's Place for lunch in the air-conditioned food court, we debated sleeping in the cinema whilst buying socks! Bizarrely, this proved quite a challenge despite the vast number of department store staff enthusiastically proffering goods whenever ...
... Another day we went on a cliff jumping tour that included all you can drink. There was a 3, 5, 10, and 15 meter jump. My dad, Corey and myself jumped off all of them. My dad ended up with a bruised bum, Corey ended up with bruised arms, and I got a bruised leg after jumping off the 15 meter cliff. My mom jumped off the 5 meter jump and had no injury Yay! We all indulged in the free drinks but I must of had a little too many cause on the boat ride back I got sick. I had to sleep for ...