Two Seasons Boracay Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of my frame of mind. I think what I find appealing is that farm meets city meets sea. As you know, the Philippines is essential a bunch of islands, so all of these elements come together in small areas of land. Anyway, I had a wow moment as we landed and wondered if my first impression would last.
I had a last minute change of travel plans after heading back from Indonesia and have come to the Philippines on short notice. Given the haste, the one thing I forgot to ...
... around playing. Life is more free here. There are not as many rules and restrictions. They live simply but they are happy. They are also very polite always using ma'am and sir. As we drove by houses the kids would all wave saying hello while smiling. It is a very friendly place. The only thing is I don't think they have a very good waste system so often you get whiffs of a funky smell. The night before flying to Boracay we rented mopeds to explore Puerto Princessa. We stumbled upon ...
... it had a great hammock on the patio. And secondly, they gave us a flask of hot water with free tea and coffee whenever we wanted. It's the small things that make us happy.
We spent the first day taking advantage of this, reading in the hammock, drinking lots of tea/coffee, and of course, lying on the beach and swimming. Then we grabbed a beer and watched the sunset. Another good thing about station 3 is that it is much cheaper and ...
... layover in Manila and 13 hours in Singapore. I arrived in Singapore about 1am so used its AMAZING sleep facilities to pass out for a solid 10 hours ('Best airport to sleep in' award well deserved) and then woke up and realised I'd wasted my time hanging out in the RIDICULOUSLY cool airport but had enough time to walk around its GARDENS and use the massage chairs before charging up and boarding for my flight to Perth. 4 countries in 48 hours but at last I was headed down ...
Speculating based upon pure availability, my guess is that the average citizen of the Philippines is made up of 30% water, 40% carbs and 30% sugar. However, through some wizardry that I believe is related to being south of the equator, there are very, very few overweight folks here. What I do not know of this wizardry is how long you must stay south of the equator before it is bestowed ...