Nurture Wellness Village
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... and pictures... one woman even had a gold club and asked us if we wanted to golf. Apparently, you can hit balls into the crater lake... interesting, huh? We declined the offer and just admired the beauty of the lake.
When it was time to head down the volcano, the trip down was obviously a lot easier. Gravity was working in our favor... however, it was still difficult and pretty steep in areas. My sandled feet were dirty and black and ...
... resort as my fair skin could attact some unwanted visitors. We found a resort called "Splash Mountain", where it displayed awards for cleanliness amongst the other resorts in the region. I was already sold, then they said all their pools we fed by hot springs water. I quickly dropped my luggage in the room, put on my swim trunks and went for a drip. Sitting in the hot springs, having a beer and watching the stars was a good way to end the ...
... 10/10 Peak lookout restaurant (before checkin) Ahhhh yeaaah we have a winner Hong Kong airport is by far and away tge best airport on our trip Again, someone asked me how I wanted it cooked, big bun, additional toppings availble on request, I asked for no relish, I got no relish, I had cheddar and bacon toppings, came with amazing "skin on" chips and bbq sauce. Happy days. Gherkin is a whole one. Bar sells stella. I am in love..... And that is all she wrote...... ...
... the face of the pig. But now as I sit here, I decided to google it and have just found out it includes parts of the liver too... ugh. Owell, what's done is done and honestly, it was pretty good. It came to the table sizzling, and although I was apprehensive about trying it, I'm glad I did. I also had some barbecue and si****ng (seems to be my staple meal here) as well... really, this was a great little hole in the wall restaurant! (I ...
... the first World War, were placed on Corregidor.
In total we spent around 5 hours on the island and at first, I didn't think it would be enough time. I suppose I should learn to trust the experts because it definitely was plenty of time to see everything we needed to see! We made our way back to the ferry and began the hour and a half journey back to Manila.
Now, like I said earlier, I tend to get sea sick and I prayed I could make ...