Nurture Wellness Village
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... fare and had a beautiful view of Taal Lake and the volcano in the distance. Claire remembered it was the 2 month anniversary of my arrival in Manila and the group bought me a cake! We left Tagaytay at 3:30 and got back to Manila about 6pm. Unfortunately we hit some traffic on the one lane road on the way to the highway. At this point I have been awake for almost 24hrs. We left for the trip right after work on Saturday ...
... pure entertainment but I learned a lot from it.
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... s favorite treat. Ube is basically purple yam and is a common flavor for the Filipino taste bud... I don't particularly enjoy it, but I am one of few.
We came back to Pilar and basically waited for my cousins, Kuya Edwin and Ate Omay to arrive. I had not yet seen them on my visit yet and was happy to finally have their company! Ate Omay is one of the BEST cooks of Filipino food I know and my only request was that she make me pancit and barbecue ...
... it's my Dad... but little do they know, its just a box mix!) Ate Babylou decided to join us for another adventure today too!
Antipolo is about a 2 hour drive from Pilar so we set off a little before 9am. Luckily, the church in Antipolo holds mass every hour, so no matter what time we got there, we would get to a mass. Considering it was Sunday, we really weren't expecting there to be much traffic... but as Kuya Ronnie said, "you can ...
... of the pivotal moments in my life. "For allergies," I say, and motion giving myself an injection - gently like using a traditional syringe, not in a violent stabbing manner. She takes the Epi-Pen away, reverently with two hands, and the other four officers convene a huddle, passing this enigmatic object around. Other passengers hurry by and pick their bags off the belt, since nobody at all was watching the screen. Those lucky *******s. The sense of dread ...