Tropical Sun Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... just what type of employee they are looking for. The qualifications include gender, age, single or married, even height and weight sometimes!
Basketball Rules! If you like the game of basketball this is the place for you. Nets can be found everywhere you look. Maybe there is a law to be a Philippines citizen, you have to play basketball? I see them in yards, public lots, churches even saw goals set up in the middle of a street. The vehicles just maneuvered ...
... it feels you've had a full day at a football match. It's always hard to comment on things such as airlines because your bad experience maybe someone's good one. Ours unfortunately would only make us try some other airline. The plane and the flight attendants were fine, the rest was awful. The time at writing is 1305, the time of boarding is 1325, there is no sign of the plane yet!! Wow, sorry I take it all back, it's arrived on time. The flight is uneventful, thank goodness and ...
... life imagining if crocs can jump we're all done for, good thing at that height they cant.
The short bridge tour will then lead you to the sanctuary where you will find some souvenir shops as well as the entrance to the wildlife sanctuary, where you will see different kinds of animals that are found in Palawan. It was my first time to see a bear cat and ...
... finished our month in Palawan. Some of the memories that we will take with us include an entire afternoon sitting on the patio of McDonalds talking to Fred and Alex, two older men native to Palawan who gave us an in depth history of not only Palawan but of the Philippiines and the American influence throughout the 20th century; Nancy, the women who owns and runs Subli cabins where we stayed. 'Subli" means something inherited and Nancy's parents ...
... was a sweet pastry with a purple filling. Upon arriving back at the hotel we were informed that we will not be receiving our bags tonight. We need to go shopping for essentials. Lucky for us, Andrew was nice enough to drive us to the mall and wait for us while we did our shopping. I don't know what we would do without him right now. Some things I have learned about the Philippines: -they drive on the right. Strangely weird to adjust to - there are no taxis in ...