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We traveled back to Angeles for our last three nights in the Philippines :-(
We ate a lot, and we drank a lot!!!
One night we drank so much that the next day we couldn't get out of bed until 4pm - what are you doing to us Baz!! The nightlife is just so good, we had such a fun time!!
Anyways not too much to say, but a lot of hilarious drunken photos.
Next stop Hong Kong baby!!!
... but as for the other two, I think Thursday was the first and last time we will share a table. On Friday, my dad took me, Kirsten, Kyle and Kelsey into the mountain range about 15 minutes from Angeles to see the gorgeous scenery and Aeta villages - the Aeta are the indigenous people of this region who live in the mountains. We mostly drove through, getting out once in a while to buy fruit or take pictures. However the roads are dirt, and since it's rainy season here, ...
... dust, and it injected enough sulfur into the stratosphere that it actually cooled the earth (it actually prompted scientists to consider intentional sulfur injections as a way to prevent global warming). It's inactive now and at the top is a crater lake that you can swim in, should be cool. Anyways I'm uploading some random pictures I've taken so far. Everything's going great and I'm excited for the rest of my time ...
... proudly proclaimed "what happens here, stays here!"
The hotel room rules had way too many hints about prostitution and funnily enough there were some creepy looking white guys sat at the bar....glad it was only one night! Though maybe it would have been cheaper on the hourly rate :o
Enough said, we left very early and jeepneyed back to the airport for breakfast.
... I can't help but compare.
So far, NIJI is the closest to the authentic taste of Japanese food but still not quite. Overall, Karen and I would give NIJI Japanese Restaurant
10 being the highest and 1 being the lowest:
Value for Money 9