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We arrived back in Manila around 4am. As soon as we got off the bus we were swarmed by taxis. Tim was convinced that they weren't legit taxis and that they were going to over charge us. I jumped in one anyway had headed back to pink Manila hostel. Tim didn't want to go back there so he went to find another hostel. The taxi ended up to be cheaper than it was to get to the bus station so Tim's theory was wrong. As I said to him, all the taxis know that ...
We ordered Bulalo (P490) because according to our attendant, it's good for 5
persons and we won't regret ordering it. We also ordered Ming's Oriental
Garden Salad for appetizer and for sharing. We ordered their Crispy
Tawilis as additional to our main course and Suman with Bucayo for dessert.
The Ming's Oriental Garden Salad was heavenly. The veggies were
... to the beach the next day!
I didn't get to bed until past midnight and was up around 5:15 so we could be on the road to the beach around 6. We would be heading to La Luz Beach resort at Laiya about 2.5/3 hours away from Las Pinas. On this adventure, I was accompanied by the "younger" generation - Mickee, his girlfriend Anna and AI. I wasn't sure what to expect because all I know are American beaches which are often busy and crowded. La Luz was what ...
... at all surprised when I was jabbered at sternly in Tagalog. Security staff in capital/large city airports aren't usually very nice, I've learned. I said I didn't understand Tagalog, and the security officer rattled off more words at me, very irritatedly, as if I was being obstinate and refusing to be "their" language. I truly was on the verge of suggesting respectfully to her that, if you speak Tagalog to someone in an airport and said person tells you in English ...
Today we booked a trip to trek up the Taal volcano. We met our guide shortly after 8am and found out that the tour would be just for us. What a deal, a private tour for the cost of a regular tour! There are some perks to traveling when no one else does! It took about 90 minutes to reach the town of Tagatay which gave us a view of the lake below and the Taal volcano inside. We could not yet seen the complete set-up, but this was ...