EGI Albergo Hotel
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***warning, there will be graphic pictures of rooster fights in this entry, if you don't want to see them I suggest you ignore most of the pictures found in this entry***
I slept in until 7:30am, so I missed seeing the kids off to school. Since Uncle Elmer and Tatay are out of town, Janet offers to make breakfast. I show her the longaniza that I purchased in Dagupan. I take Marlon with me to get some eggs ...
... expeditions, extending our stay for another day after each unsuccessful attempt. During these trips there were six tourists on each boat, the whale shark interacting officer really did a great job, standing in the crow’s nest for the full three hour duration of the trip, trying to spot a whale shark. On the last day after our three hours were finished we were lucky and our officer spotted a shark on the way home. All 6 of us were in the water in seconds and had about 30 ...
... cloudy we walk by the ocean; when it’s rainy we read books and have massages ($12-hour); when it’s sunny we hide in the safe corner of our hut or one of few bars/restaurants located on the beach. We are so blessed to be here! Our body can feel how much we slowed down and become one with Nature; our souls smile to the world and to life!
There are only about dozen hotels/resorts on the San Juan Beach, the prices ...
... kind souls. As we found out the religion is affecting not only everyday life but also politics. The south of country is however, predominantly Muslim and wants their independence from Christian nation.
Two things among many others are quiet important for Filipinos:
1 – Whatever happens... “so be it” attitude. They say “bahala na” which means that all things shall pass and in the meantime life is to be lived. And not ...
... in the center of the court...typical motel construction of the American 50's I would say...but sleazy old American men were sitting all around it. So there was no way I was going for a swim. We did see a Filipino family complete with screaming kids playing in the pool. So, I guess the Filipino's are making use of the hotel too.
We were able to arrange our trip to Mt. Pinatubo through the hotel for a reasonable rate, comparable to what ...