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... she had a hotel there and was planning in going to the volcano that day. She said I could join her but then we lost contact. I jumped on the bus anyway because one of the guys from the hostel said it was worth going to.
I headed to the bus station he told me to go to but it wasn't going to Taal volcano. It goes to a town near there. I then had to get a tricycle followed by jeepney to get to the town where the volcano. I went to an Internet cafe to try ...
... enough for
us. Actually, we had to take home the soup and few veggies because we
weren't able to finish everything. The meat was tender. The veggies
weren't overcooked and the soup wasn't salty. It was really delicious and
every one of us was happy with it.
The Suman with Bucayo was my favorite. I don't eat "kakanin"
that much because when it comes to desserts, I always like pie or ice ...
... to Pilar - I prayed to sweet baby Jesus I would not get sick again in the car and thankfully he answered my prayers. When we got to Pilar, I made a bee line for the bathroom and wouldn't you know it, I threw up. That was about the end of my stomach problems for the evening. After quick phone call to my Mother to tell her about the disappointment that was Willie Revillame, and my stomach doing back flips, it was time for bed! We had an early morning wake up call ...
... Kawit, Cavite to see the home of the Philippine independence leader and first president of the Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo. The tours of the home ended at 4, but we noticed some men outside the home. My cousins asked if we could come in and see the home and they insisted they were closed... after a little more begging, an older gentleman came out and said "OK! Come in!" Haha... I guess begging CAN work sometimes! We toured the home which was mostly made out ...
... necessary (you all know me by now and photo angles, etc)! We arrived at the small resort which would be our base of operation for the day (arranged by the tour company) where we stored our water in the freezer for our return, purchased two new cold bottles for the trek and headed for the small boat which would take us a cross e lake to the volcano itself. Once again, no one else had arrived at the resort so we we the only two on ...