- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... which was a more expensive resort even this wasn't great for the price, the service was bad and the room was only available for the one night. So it was starting to look as though we would be leaving bagasbas a lot sooner than we first imagined. Bagasbas was definitely a Filipino weekend holiday place which barely sees western tourists, we was the only white people in the area, we was looked at a ...
... Peninsula is 45 minutes away from Naga City by land PLUS another 2 hours by boat. The fare would cost you p110 for the filcab, and p120 for the boat. The boat docks at Guijalo Port, where Tugawe's private boat will wait for you to take you to the cove. Alternatively, Tugawe Cove offers a private boat from Sabang Port to the cove for p800 per person, round trip. Mijani and I had to take the public transport because we woke up late that day ^_^ I have high ...
... I just don't understand how they can make something as simple as pizza or French fries taste so wrong. The Filipino food is even worse. Everyone we spoke to agreed that it was vile. We had a chilled out day and went to the bar in there evening to try and wash down the 'food'.
The next day at CWC, we got up, tried breakfast (for some reason we thought this would be better) and then jumped on the two point cable. We had it to ourselves for ...
... It was fantastic later we peeled pili nuts and ate the fibrous flesh dipped in sugar cane it was fantastic. Her brother picked us up in the work jeep and took us for a ride around the property where we saw various workers in the field. Later one of the workers climbed up a very tall coconut tree to pick us fresh coconuts to take home for salad. We returned home in time for church. Due to the feast the cathedral was packed so we stood in the back for what seemed like ...
... before I sat down ha. When I arrived in Naga I was greeted by my friends and after collecting my bag we drove back to Barb's mothers home. It is right in the heart of Naga a largely populated smaller city south of Manila. When we arrived at home I ate a little food, had a shower which involved filling up a bucket of water and using a small bowl to wet yourself (interesting yes) I then took a much needed nap. I awoke for dinner ...