Zuzuni Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... road again, heading for Dumaguette. I made it as far as Iloilo, capital of Panay. I got a room in an actual hotel. The formality feels odd after hostels and guesthouses. I had a strange meal in an American style diner last night. Quite surreal, and the weirdest tasting burger I think I have ever had. I think I'll stick with Filipino food. The travelling yesterday was quite ...
seem bothered about it! Healthcare may cost here and people may not be able to
afford it but like I said, spending 10 minutes explaining how to prevent such a
horrific case could have made all the difference. All I can say to sum that up
is that I was completely and utterly shocked and lost for words, I was angry. Something
so preventable should never ever be left to get in that state. I’m sorry for
the poor man. Again, like I said I’m not here ...
... I just need to say how utterly
amazing it is there, if you’ve ever googled paradise that was what it was! We
were picked up by our tour guide Chris, who looked after us the whole time we
were there. All the others that worked there were amazing too, they were all so
kind, especially Vanessa, she’s probably one of the coolest women I’ve ever
met. The bus journey took 2 hours followed by a 2 hour boat ride to the
Isla de Antonia ...
... so fascinating,
definitely not something I’ve ever experienced before. They’ve also been
constantly trying to feed me, which apparently means they like me! Harry if
you’re reading this I have lots of Filipino girls waiting for you if you ever
land yourself here in Iloilo HA, the girls all ask if I have a brother so I put
in a good word, something they all spent about 5 minutes giggling about!
So that was the first week ...
... by someone that I was genuine about wanting cheap transport I was guided directly to the right vehicle (an electric buggy essentially) at the regular cost of 30cents to my first choice of accommodation (hoping of course that they are not fully booked). In other countries, if they realise you genuinely want something cheap, they ignore you and let you try and find it yourself (they even try and hide it) - thank you Philippines for being different (so far). Even in the dark ...