The Linden Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... boulevards, etc. Yet the city has no subway system so the roads are clogged. The Philippines has a population of roughly 100 million - really, a huge number. There are two official languages - Tagalog and English. That said, the use and quality of English is sketchy among all but the upper middle class and above from what I have seen. And their Tagalog radio mixes in English words routinely, much like French Canadians do without even noticing. Except for a ...
... all the sites that we’re visiting. Both Art and Jowie tell me all about life in the Philippines and how the call centers have really brought a new energy to their country. When they were in grade school, teachers encouraged students to not watch or read Tagalog TV shows or books but instead watch and read American shows and books. They were encouraged at a young age to embrace American culture. There is actually a bill that is trying to get passed, to phase ...
... ride to Oslob around 8:30pm. Such a long travel day. Oslob & Cebu City-An early morning start to go swimming with Whale Sharks! 1000ps ($25) for each person to be taken out by a paddle boat to an area where they feed whale sharks. 30mins for swimming around with these gentle giants. Trying to utilize every second we had, we all jumped in the water immediately after the boatman told us we could go in. When submerged into the water, there was one whale shark about 10' away, sucking ...
... Here they are: jackfruit, mango, bananas, tapioca, sweetened garbanzo and mung beans, milk flan, sweet coconut, purple yam, agar agar, sweetened rice, cream corn, vanilla ice cream, evaporated milk and very importantly crushed ice. I got 6 correct since she wouldn't count "some kind of bean" as correct. Oh well it was really good and definitely unusual and the cheesecake that we had with it was nearly as good as the ones I used to make and sell back in the 'Nati.
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... start our drive back to Tatay's house over 6 hours away. I'm able to get in touch with my cousin Marlynn and we pick her up on the way to Tatay's house. I think she was as excited to meet me as I was to meet her in person. We talk about what I've done so far and what else I would like to see or do. She talks about stuff she did with auntie Neneng when she was visiting the Philippines and she talks to uncle in Tagalog for awhile ...