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... caught in loads of traffic on the way back, so what should of been a hour journey turned into a 4.5 hour journey. I wasn't happy.
Once I arrived at Manila I headed back to my hostel where I didn't pay for a room again. I just went straight for the hammocks on the top floor and fell asleep on there for a few hours before going down stairs to carry on my sleep on the sofa whilst watching tv.
The following day I stayed in Manila planning my next ...
... when I think of relaxing beach getaway. Because it's a beach resort, you had your choice of accommodations for a day trip (cabana, lounge chairs, etc) - obviously, if you were going to stay overnight you could get a room but that wasn't necessary. Our cabana was perfect for the four of us and gave us a picturesque view of the sand, water, and sky. As part of our day trip package, we would not only get the cabana but would be fed lunch and get a snack - awesome! ...
... in Las Pinas, so we made or way back towards there before heading to dinner. Ate Neneng lives with Nanay Joving, so we made a quick stop inside so I could say hello and test her memory a little bit. She didn't remember seeing me on Sunday, but was still happy to see me! (She's pretty much happy to see anyone when she realizes who they are! I just love her!)
We found ourselves back at Pilar (where Ate Baby and Kuya Ronnie live) with just enough time ...
... the natural beauty of the highland.
... to mind him a couple of times, that I was not all that comfortable with heights to which he relied each time "it is fine, you will be okay". Easy for him to say that as he guided me closer and closer to the edge for a great photo shot or simply to see this or that!! It was worth it though. He did mention that on the far side, now almost straight below us, one could enjoy a nice swim in lukewarm waters. The sulfur in the water ...