Adriatico Arms Hotel
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The flight from Puerto Princesa to Manila was easy and on arrival we hopped in a taxi. We both needed to pee but having checked it out on google maps, the hostel was only fifteen mins away so we decided to hold it. Two hours later we rocked up at our hostel. To say we were a little uncomfortable at this point would be an understatement and we literally elbow barged each other out of the way to get to the toilet. An interesting thing about travelling with your other half is ...
I m really not sure how I ll reflect on my time in Manila later in life, perhaps not at all but it was strange and threatened to be dark for a period...
I arrived at about 2pm in pretty good spirits after my numerous near misses since leaving Australia. I decided to leave my bags at the airport and head into town for an explore before returning to the airport for my 6.45am flight the following morning to Tokyo. What could go wrong? Well, predictably, ...
... to curl. Some drivers listen to talk radio, others listen to sappy music like Air Supply and Michael Bolton and others listen to Filipino music. Some of them sing along to the music and others are on their cell phone the whole ride. I asked one driver why his peers don’t seem to pay attention to the "rules of the road" and he said that as long as someone has the money to pay the fee to become a driver, they will get a ...
... able to pay a visit to Bakers Hill; a beautiful garden with many plants that reminded me of a Japanese garden. Boracay- 6 days on the "Party Island" of the Philippines. A beautiful beach spans most of the 7km wide island on the tourist side. The hotel we stayed at was so cool. Named Nigi-Nigi, the hotel consisted of hut like structures. Our room was pretty awesome. The main level had the main king size bed for Mary & Darcy, the washroom and a bamboo balcony with lush greenery all ...
... first national hero of the Philippines.
During the day the park is very quiet. The fountains were not working and in the heat of the day there were few visitors. I walked to the back of the park to Taft Avenue and took another pedal trike north, past City Hall to Arroceros Forest Park. The park was open but I was asked to explain what i was doing there, to which i replied that i wanted to look around the park, which ...
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