Adriatico Arms Hotel
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So sad to leave the resort but on to other adventures. Of course I forgot my knife was in my pocket at the airport. I was worried so asked security snd he said no problem- just put it in the bucket to pass through, I did for the first screening but found my checked bags and stowed it for the second screening. It was Steve's knife - I was afraid I might lose it at some checkpoint so did not bring mine - ...
... moments. But I want to end on a happy note so besides the lack of sleep I'd say it's a good first experience here. My favorite part was riding the elevator to the top floor and looking out to see the beautiful city with all the buildings, and the mountains that laid in the background drop dead gorgeous! That's all for now until next time! XOXO
Ps: I apologize for any grammar or spelling errors. I'm still VERY jet-lagged...
... We had now left the sea front and were heading into a livelier area and he decided that riding our horse and cart the wrong way over a traffic laden bridge was in order. Aside from the repeated horns, nobody seemed too perturbed that a horse and cart was involved in the commute and we even exchanged some banter with the police who were directing traffic at an intersection. There was a blend between Asian and Spanish influences evident in the architecture but ...
... The most delicious I have ever had.
The hotel had a little bakery next to the restaurant so I was able to pick up some pastries for my hosts who came with their driver to bring me to their home.
Oh the home, where do I begin! Maybe with the six cars they had in their driveway...or the fact that when you walk in to their massive living room the first thing you notice is the basketball hoop and half court that is there to greet ...
... of Lapu Lapu . The Statue of the Sentinel of freedom, to give its proper name,was a gift from the people of South korea as appreciation and to honor the memory of freedom-loving Filipinos who helped during the Korean War.Lapu-Lapu was a native Muslim chieftain in Mactan, Cebu, and representative of the Sultan of Sulu, and is known as the first native of the archipelago to resist Spanish colonization. He is retroactively regarded ...
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