Copa Businessman's Hotel
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... give the price Josh was demanding otherwise he would leave again.
Because one of our smaller luggages were filled up by mom's item requests thingies, we had to buy another backpack to put in our stuff. Our choices were Baclaran and Divisoria, and both are equally as crazy. We picked Baclaran and we bought a big $20 bag.
I thought the main stretch of Baclaran was the one that runs parallel to the highway. There were side streets that ...
... was home to dozens of food places, a supermarket, and familiar high street names like Topshop and M&S. After several months spent away from home, the familiarity of something mundane like this is hugely reassuring.
We found "Classic Savory" selling rice and chicken meals, were shown to our full-sized seats by kindly staff who smiled and called us "sir" and "madam", and braved the iced tea. Even that was better here (if still not exactly "good"...). ...
... sea was calm and it was a pleasant day on deck. Although we were sailing quite close to the Taiwan mainland we could not see the island because of sea mist. We saw some dolphins this morning, the first sea life we have seen for several days. After our dance class in the afternoon, there was some excitement on deck and when we looked we were being shadowed by two naval frigates, we assumed from Taiwan as we were close to the Taiwanese coastline. Slowly, one by one, the ...
... have far better things to do than ticket offending drivers. Hence, we had complete freedom to drive toward Baguio according to our own speed and comfort LOL. The roads still sucked though, and at one point, we nearly became stranded on chewed up gravel. But thank God, we made it, and what a pretty city we encountered. Being in Baguio, in the fresh, cool, and wet mountain air reminded me of being in Boone. What a difference altitude can make! Dennis went to high school and college ...
... afternoon and decided to use gift certificates for dinner at a Filipino restaurant. We missed it a lot! Don't get me wrong, the food in Nepal and Malaysia were awesome but I cannot live without Filipino food. We tried adobado and morkon and emptied both plates. It could be that we're both hungry or that we missed Filipino food or both.
My busy week begins tomorrow. It feels great to be home.