Egi Albergo Di Ferroca Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that Jay and Grace were heading to Manila so they were in the same situation. There are some options for transport from Borlongan to Belar: there is the "D-liner" bus, a jacked-up bus that takes on the hairpin turns and dirt roads faster than...well, faster than what seems safe; there is the ride your motorcycle with an extra person onboard who will bring your motorcycle back to Borlongan for you; and there is the colon colon. The workhorse of ...
... proactively starting to address the damage. I've seen JCBs and trucks clearing the roads of huge amounts of fallen trees, branches and debris. The town has a little buzz about it again. The sun has come out and the weather feels far less stormy.
News has now reached us that the military plane has been sent to Tacloban instead of Coron, so we are back to waiting to see what other alternatives might come up.
Quite a few little shops and ...
... the mall but had to walk out. A shabby cell room for 200 php with a revolting communal toilet featuring only a wall tap and a hole in the floor. I tried my luck across Central Mall and went up to another hole-in-a-wall lodge - LL Lodge, along Magsaysay Avenue. To be honest, it was just as shabby but one of the rooms look out to the street. For 350 php, I was convinced to stay. Hard to beat its central location. This is also just on the tail ...
... to continue on our way to pick up Ava. Audrey's diplomatic skills came in handy that night as she convinced the car rental place to get us a new car the next morning. Much to everyone's surprise, the door bell rang at 6am sharp with a driver delivering a new vehicle. No small feat considering the rental place is in Manila, a good 6 hour drive away. The new vehicle... another 12 seater bus, same make and model, quickly dubbed TinTin Two by the ...
... the roadside on the way up. In fact it’s about the only place I could book online through my normal sites, same as Vigan. This is not a situation I normally find myself in. That says something important about the reasonable prices in Philippines, and also about my desire for Wi-Fi whenever and wherever possible. Of course the room sucks. I can’t stay in a room without a window. Why do they do this to me, unless they want to see ...