Marina De Bay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 300 shark fins in its hold, what is wrong with the chinese and there tastebuds. A vietnamese vessel as captured again with sharkfin and a Malaysian vessel illegally importiing crude oil. The Coastguard have a hard job patrolling the remote islands.
After visiting 5 islands we chugged back as the rain came in bjt we were wet anyway, a great day out and our last chance to enjoy the beaches before Manilla and back to Thailand on the ...
The pick up was at 7.15 this time, plenty of time for breakfast but lucky it was finished before 7, the bus was there by then, this time we were the final pickup. Again we were the only westerners on the outing but as usual everyone was friendly and we were treated as they put it 'Guests of the Philippines'. We were off to Honda Bay, a beautiful area containing islands of various sizes and pro-ported to have wonderful beaches and snorkelling. ...
... The lookout point was amazing. It was high atop a mountain and looked out onto Honda Bay. Obviously, we knew how beautiful it was, but it was amazing to see it from a different point of view. We were only here for a short time, but it was long enough to bond with a few of the cows in a neighbouring farm. Our last stop of the day was Baker's Hill and the name pretty much sums it up. It was a village on top of the mountain with several shops specializing in Philippine ...
... and have many tales to tell. And finally their was the two women who are teaching in China who stayed a day with us. Natalie is from France, is around 40, and has a 3 year old son Paul. There is no husband or father. Never has been. Natalie is a single women who decided she wanted a child and did not want a man in her life to mess things up. Paul, at this stage, speaks French, a bit of English and is picking up Chinese as well. We spent quite ...
... was definitely the busiest place around on a Sunday night. I tried a Filipino beer called San Miguel, which was actually pretty good, and Kelsea was able to get a decent glass of red wine. I had crocodile adobo for dinner! It kind of tasted like a mix between pork and chicken, and the adobo sauce kind of reminds me of Chinese food. Kelsea's meal looked even better though. She got a snapper fillet that was the thickness of a steak and de-boned, which in SE Asia is a big deal ...