Lazi Beach Club
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... jeepney driver to drive us for over an hour to the rugged hilly north of the island (assisted by 500 pesos). The island is very green and countryfied, and on the way up there is hardly any traffic, just the occassional cluster of wooden houses and the occasional small open-fronted roadside store. There are coconut trees in profusion and banana plantations, beyond these are the mangrove trees you can see from the jetty, and beyond them is the blue glitter ...
... Rich-man', I protest and explain that J-she is paying the way. He persists anyway.
Resort style we swim, drink shakes, I get a foot massage which is no different to the massage we had at Island Leisure and seems to concentrate on my sunburnt calves more than my feet. The masseuse asks "how is the pressure?” , I suggest it’s a little too hard so she continues on regardless without any relent of her wiry strong ...
... but only ones that would be ripe tomorrow, so we said no thanks. Then 5 minutes later she came back and said she had one that was ripe. I optimistically trusted this and later discovered it wasn't ripe.
We took our food back to the 'hotel' and ate out on the patio. The moon was very bright and beautiful out over the ocean. The owner sold us some drinks out of the bar area and brought us some plates and silverware. The food was absolutely delicious. One of the best ...
... and forage for themselves. The dogs are mostly a very small breed - they all seem to look the same. They are always running on the side of the road, sometimes sleeping in the middle of the road. It seems really sad when we compare it to the way we revere our dogs at home.
3. Basketball is the most popular sport. Every time you pass a school, or a community hall, you can guarantee that you will see the young ...
... accommodation. After a typical Filipino lunch – which as usual involved some pork, chicken and rice - we wanted to bring our dirty clothes for laundry. We thought that the hostel had offered to do the laundry for 80 Pesos a kg which stroke us as a bit expensive and so we had a look around. And indeed we found a laundry place just around the corner who would do the job for 25 Pesos a kg. So we were happy to have saved some ...