Adriatico Arms Hotel
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It was around five in the morning when Carla and I boarded Victory Liner Bus bound for Cubao in the Metro. It was our first time to travel together outside Baguio. We, together with Lisa, planned this trip weeks ago when we got together for drinks. Of course, we were excited about the trip as we did not exactly know what we were going to do in Manila. It was as if we just got our clothes and stuffs, put them all in our backpacks and ...
... a Filipino gathering for one of their biggest sport idols while in the Philippines; how cool is that! We managed to also fit in going to mass for Palm Sunday which all who attended set a world record for longest standing session in church. A few other activities we took part in while in Oslob were, trying Filipino dishes, browsing the market and experiencing our first tricycle (motorbike with cart on side) ride. That evening we had to stay a night in Cebu city to catch our flight out ...
... by foreigners (mostly German or Russian by the look of them) , this bar was popular. The music was mainly soft Pinoy rock, covering material by goups such as Aegis.
G Point (Full name: G Point Smorgasbord & Bar) is a much smaller, friendlier bar with one band that plays of and on throughout the night. Staff and customers here are very friendly. I haven't eaten here but the reviews are very promising. I met some ...
... lost!" My mom would so say that.
I checked out the church in Intramurous for two hours. It was stunning to see. Rain was pouring hard that day.
Afterward, I aimlessly wandered around. I walked into one area and a guard snapped that it was city hall area. So did not know that.
I stumbled upon a park called Rizal Park. Despite the rain, it was still stunning. I walked around and saw some buildings and statues.
Right after ...
... say the crash was caused by faulty breaks so they have pulled back all there coaches to check them.
After getting on the coach we found out that our seats were right at the back where the engine is. Our seats didn't recline as well, so we were really hot and sat up right for 10 hours. It wasn't the best journey I have to say. The back has five seats, but the woman next to me had a 5 year old kid which meant I had less room then I started with. I just wanted to get to ...
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