Hotel Villa Rosal
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... being less than £2. Absolute bargain alley! Jane bought what we guessed to be second hand Ralph Lauren night shorts for £1.20. I think most of the goods here we're fake or charity shop type/nearly new.
We got to bed. Rodel slept on the large landing area outside our rooms. Jane and I suspected he was in bodyguard mode now by sleeping there as there was another big room upstairs that he could have had. Bless the bloke, he was doing he great job of looking after us.
... the mountains onto the side of the main road. On a rainy day this would be an interesting ride. The driver dropped us off at Pine Cone Lodge and said that this is the only place to stay in town.
The lodge was big and you can see that it was still under some construction. I walked in the lodge while Kaya and the kids waited outside. I was calling out for assistance but nobody was answering. It seemed as if the place was empty which ...
My aunts and cousins wake up at 5am to heat up the bathing water as well as start making breakfast. They make longaniza, egg and rice as they found out that I like longaniza for breakfast.
We head to Burnham park by taxi and jeepney to catch the marching band parade. We end up finding our way to the arena where the parade ends. However, this is where the marching band and dancing competitions are hosted.
... ENCA Farm. This partnership was established three years ago and is going strong. ENCA serves as an important educational space for city kids to learn about organic farming, environmental education, and gain a new perspective from their life in Manila.
Thanks to the generosity of Friends of ENCA Farm donors I also delivered solar powered light bulbs and cell phone chargers to ENCA Farm. NOKERO (www.nokero.com) is a fellow tenant at the Posner Center ...
... later I met my instructor, a tiny Philippino dude who was very friendly and smiling all the time and we headed back down the beach to get surfing. I had never surfed in my life but my guy was so patient, showing me the process on the shore and then taking me straight in the water for a go...on the biggest waves there! Needless to say it took me a good few goes to get the hang of it, each time just getting to my feet then crashing into the surf at all angles imaginable, all ...