TripAdvisor Reviews Waima Lodge
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... hope as he told us "my life is ****". It was a reminder to Breanne and I that we are such lucky people. When arriving back on land, Breanne and I b-lined it to the market where we purchased a backpack, basket ball and some Oreos. We then brought it to the dive shop and presented it to Delton. We told him that we hope his son has a great b-day, and we were touched by his story. It almost brought him to tears and told us that he will never forget us. We are happy to help out where we ...
... beautiful girls to me. We also went to the Intromuros and China Town. There is much more to see in Manila but I just got to get out of here and get to the real reason I'm here. Long secluded beaches of white sand. I'm taking a 2hr. Bus ride south to Tanauan City. I want to see the World's smallest active volcano and Taal Lake before taking a boat to another ...
... what I could tell, it wasn't because their enthusiasm waned, it was because they are quite inept at keeping a beat and simply didn't know when to clap after half the song was over. I stood firm and carried the south side of the room like a boss.
... we don't have a repeat of the Dunedin 'Fresher 10'!! Craving fresh and non sugar injected food, we went down to Harbour View, a lovely seafood restaurant down on water- literally a pier that has seating with amazing views back to the city. Fresh fish and salad all for under $8 - bliss. In an effort to counter the never ending eating, some of the crew have joined the local community morning Zumba classes! 20pesos (50cents) ...
... he has been on his own sans Mom. In fact he posted
pictures of the dishes he has prepared for all of use to see. Great cooking Ju and proud of your
independence and culinary skills.
Cooking here is a creative experience. One uses whatever is available in terms of condiments, cookware and kitchen utensils.
Mom has a gas stove. She uses a technique when turning the stove on and off which she insists we ...