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... it was fun. We ate some local food which I enjoyed very much.
On Sunday, we took a trike down to the dock, onto a boat and onto horseback riding up the Taal Volcano. It was a lot of fun and a beautiful way to spend a sunday.
Loved my get away!
... the place. It is beautiful to
look at. The flowers are very pretty. I like taking pictures of
them...the place. The ambience is soothing especially if you just got out
from a horrible traffic. The weather was sunny but I can still feel the
chill of the wind.
We were all hungry and decided to have lunch there. It was our first time
(except my mom of course) to dine there and I was so glad ...
... Mom was super excited about this! She gave me specific instructions that if I were to meet him, to ask him to say my mother's name on the air. So this is why eating at Will's Steak Town was a necessary stop... had to go for my Mama!
It took us about another hour or so to make our way to the restaurant, but we found it a little before 7pm (probably more like 6:15/6:30!). We weren't hungry, and we noticed that a lot of people were not pulling into ...
... very beautiful, peaceful place. We walked around the grounds of the chapel, snapping some pictures before leaving.
Edsa Shrine was next on our list of places to visit. Edsa Shrine has a huge statue of Mama Mary right a top it and is home to another church. Our visit to Edsa was a quick one because they were getting ready for mass, but it was another beautiful church!
It was late and we hadn't yet had lunch so we walked across the street to ...
... staff quizzically squinting at the screen. I get jabbered at in Tagalog (as is the norm nowadays), which I say I do not understand, and am then told in English to open my bag. After extensive rummaging where she seemed more interested in peering at what I had in my bag ("Hmm.. cough drops. Hair ties, a pen. Hmmm... a spork?! Packs of kleenex... Hmmm...."), the officer stares in silent puzzlement at my inhaler (I have allergies), which I try to explain, to no effect. ...