La Charica Inn And Suites
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This is my first entry for a travel blog. Although, my head is aching but still, I wanted to write something. Blogging is the only way to remember the places I have visited.
My first travel this 2014 is El Nido. I just got married last18th and we decided to have our honeymoon in Miniloc Island for two reasons:
1. Our friends from Canada (Kitel and Jan) are travelling to Puerto Princes together with ...
... the pie. There is no right or wrong. The whole thing is to get out there and experience the world and then decide what feels right for you. We are all individuals.
We learned a visa lesson. Over the summer we made a special trip to the Philippine embassy in Toronto to obtain a 90 day visa. They gave us a visa which clearly states 60 days and then explained to us that the first 30 days came free or naturally so there was no ...
... received a 20% cut of whatever he was taking and he said the smallest amount he smuggled was 100,000 lira (old Italian currency) and by the time he was 21 he had more money than he knew what to do with. So he travelled the world, bought properties all over south east Asia, at one point had girlfriends in 30 different countries at the same time (he said a man cannot have just one woman, he will not be ...
... one sitting in many, many months. So with full stomachs, and great conversation; we eventually said goodbye. This was of course after Bing grabbed our breakfast milk and wouldn’t let us pay (she also tried to get us goodies for our trip to the airport the next day, tried to give us the leftovers – did I mention that it was more food than we’d eaten in a long time!? Like I said earlier, they were absolutely lovely. And I hope that in years to come, we ...
... full of bangkas lined up along the shoreline! This beach was also really pretty, framed with limestone karsts. A little walk into the jungle and we had to visit a registration point and hang out for half an hour while we waited for our number to be called. In the small clearing there was a family of long tailed macaques. I really don't like monkeys, but these ones didn't seem too vicious. We were fully briefed not to bring any food, or to feed the monkeys. ...