Balay Da Blas Pensionne House
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- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBalay Da Blas Pensionne House Laoag
A big room for a reasonable price! The service is superb, and the saramsam restaurant caters sumptuous food
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... ng sasakyan. Good Drivers dahil there are a lot of blind spots , kaya dapat aware po ang inyong driver. Some tips sana po makatulong sa mga traveller na tulad ko.
For the tourist spots. Lahat po ito ay free. So nakasave pa kayo but there are things na kung gusto nyong itry , affordable naman ang price. Like the 4x4 experience gear sa Sand Dunes.
... currently sitting in an internet cafe in Laoag, where the wifi has been wireless to the point of non-existant. IE, none in the hotel. So Liza and I are surrounded by cute Filipino kids playing games while we kill time until the 9.30pm bus tonight (its just after 5 now). Laoag is alright for a city in the Philippines (which have mainly been ****). Blazing sunshine and enclosed by Spanish looking mountains...but still with the incessant noise of transport ...
The taxman's taken all my dough And left me in my holiday home Luzon on a sunny afternoon And I can't even sail my yacht Sea's so calm, waves forgot All I've got's this sunny afternoon Save me, save me, save me from this breeze I could get lots of Moma trying to wake me And I love to live so pleasantly In shades of the South China Sea Luzon on a sunny afternoon In the summertime In the summertime In the ...
... back to Manila from here so were staying for the week until we have to leave. It's a beach resort. Which has its upsides in the form of the beautiful sea I see before me now. And it's downsides in the form of no proper town meaning no proper shops meaning we're going to get slightly ripped for everything for a few days. So it's time to spend as much time as possible in the sea.
But before we did, we had to eat. We'd had nothing but that ...
... asked a random woman who was standing beside it. "Yes ma'am."
Sweet. Rob and I hopped on, and waited for 1) someone to ask for our tickets, at which time, we would pay; 2) the bus to move.
As we sat there silently, we felt like we were being so dodgy for not having paid our fare at the counter, and just hopping on the bus. "We'll recognize the building. It's right after the bridge crossing," I assured Rob, feeling really thankful that I ...