The Mabuhay Manor
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... of what we witnessed ranged from the not nice to the deeply unpleasant - to hell on Earth.
And yet we were lucky, so lucky. It could have been much worse. On Christmas Day I lay in bed in Dagupan considering whether or not to fly back to Bohol, such a trial had the country become. And what happens? Bohol gets flattened by a tropical depression, 53 dead. And as we left Dagupan and headed for North Luzon the whole of the southern Philippines continued, for ...
Ok I updated kate last night and forgot I hadn't finished the days entry. We played Rummikub until midnight, I remembered that I needed to hook up to the internet to upload the blog but I didn't read it. I realised this morning what I had done (duh). Anyway as I said we wnt to the show after dinner and then played the board game. On the menu for dinner was Kangaroo!!! Well Paul has to try it, apparently taste was ok but it was rather chewy. The ...
... glad I went, it only took half an hour. At the top the views were beautiful and I was glad it wasn't a dull, rainy day. I even let a woman who owns a stall take my picture. I must have been feeling generous as I even feigned interest at her jewellery stall.
So the idea of this volcano island is that it is an island in a volcano in an island. It sounds complicated but is actually pretty simple when you get there. I'm hoping the pictures I have shed a tiny morsel of light on ...
... kids running around, smiling, laughing, and giving me dirty looks for hogging the good spot on the train. One of the coolest attractions was this 3 foot pool they had with 6 foot tall inflatable beach balls that kids could crawl into. Then they let them loose onto the water and the kids had to try and maneuver around in them. I kind of wanted to do it but it appeared to be a kids only attraction and I didn't want to be the creepy white ...
... as kids we always used to joke about chop suey- I thought it was always a bit of a myth and didn't know it actually existed! Just before sunset we took some san miguel beers (phillipine/Spanish beer) and walked (davo hobbled on crutches) onto the pier in anticipation of the glorious sunset that the sophias staff had told us about. To our left was another jetty with a couple of huts on the water- with 2 guard dogs keeping strangers away. We were so impressed with the place ...