The Heritage Hotel Manila
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... 20 mins, are currently in the worst departure lounge in the world with me. It is not more fun in the Philippines.
Let's deal with the good bits first. Undoubtedly a lot of the people here are amongst the friendliest in the world. Incongruously friendly when put up against the difficulties they face every day from natural (the weather) and non-natural (the administration of the Philippines) disasters. The people who ran our hotels in Bohol, Banaue and Pagudpud ...
... could be learnt by all. It was pretty interesting, there seemed to be several tiers of command all reporting back to the bridge. Smooth I would say. Went to camera club, listened to a talk on flash photography (glad we are in Hong Kong soon) I so need a flash gun. Will check out the prices. The weather isn't too good as I mentioned so not much use for the camera, I may take a stroll around the deck see what I can find. Well what do you know?? ...
... when the only way over to a tourist point is dictated by locals who can set a price at pretty much anything if they so wish. Alas, banter was had and the guy was very friendly, I even got a coast guard on the way over. However not on the way back, which now makes sense why I reckon the boat went back much faster than it went there!
The island (I don't think they ever are) wasn't quite as I expected but I loved how many locals were around. The volcano has obviously made a ...
... we walked further south, the concrete expanded into a broader area where there were a bunch of restaurants and entertainment items. Among the opportunities for enjoyment was a 40 ft. free fall bungee platform, a zip line, an outdoor barbecue selling roasted chicken intestines and something with pig's blood on it, a Hooters, a Segue course, and a motorized children's train that drives around the area. We actually rode the children's ...
... polo shirt, navy tie and skirts and shorts amongst all of the dirt and rubble and stray dogs and cats- they just looked so clean and pure! We proceeded to find the market - the smell was pretty intense with fish all laid out in the sun to dry. We asked one of the locals where to find some good local food, and he dropped us at a cafe where you were seated in your own hut elevated slightly off the pebbled ground. We tried a few new things - a buko shake, jimmy had a ...