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... ride indeed. The driver said that few miles ahead from our client's place is the bus terminal going to Aklan. I got some little excitement yet disappointed coz I am not going there anyway.
It was just a short and quick visit to our client so I need to go back to the city. My departure going back to Cebu City was 7:00 pm that's why I still had time to explore the place. My first stop was in SM City Iloilo where I had ...
Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... 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 ...
... and let them do their
job how they do. I’m sure the nurses are caring, it’s just not within their
practice to focus on the more hands on care. It is the job of the families, ‘the
folk’ as they call it. I understand that there are about 2 nurses to around 20
patients but surely they realise that that just isn’t enough, which then all
boils down to funding.
This afternoon was just mind
boggling to me. The doctor asked if I wanted to ...
... people, who cultivated rice on the island and augmented their income by raising goats.
Years later, Boracay is part of Aklan Province, which became an independent province on April 25, 1956. Sofia Gonzales Tirol and her husband Lamberto Hontiveros Tirol, a town judge on nearby Panay island, took ownership of substantial properties on the island around 1900 and planted coconuts, fruit trees, and greenery on the island.
Tourism came to the island beginning ...