Marina De Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our tour guide was going to pick us up from the hotel at 7:30am and we had to make sure to eat breakfast before we set off so we were up around 6am - woof! I had pancakes for breakfast (yes, again, very American of me), and Mike had "Tosilog" - Toscino (filipino "bacon"), with rice and a fried egg on top of the rice.
Our tour guide, Tess …
Up at 4:30am and out the door by 5am on a Saturday morning! Kuya Ronnie made a stop for us to get breakfast at McDonalds and we made our way to the domestic terminal of the airport. If this was a post just about this day, I probably would tell you about the outstanding people watching this experience was... But this is one long blog post, and I won …
... El Nido at gone seven and we were relieved to see some signs of civilisation. El Nido by night didn't look like much, but we were happy to find our hostel and get off of our bikes. Tomorrow we could enjoy a bike free day. The staff at the hostel were super friendly, and so was everyone else staying there it seemed - I'd forgotten this - the questions about where you've been already, how you got there, where you're going next, where you're from. ...
... It was quite eerie to see the bullet holes in the walls of the place. After that we went back to Central, and went and looked at the mid levels escalator, which is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. It is for commuters going down and up from their places up in the hills to their offices. It isn't very interesting, but at least I can say that I have been on the longest outdoor covered escalator system IN THE WORLD! We then went back over to Kowloon, had ...
... his lovely wife Helen kindly put us up for the night in their wonderful home in the capital Puerto Princesa. We also met up with my brother Barrie, travelling for 11 years, who had made his way to the island from his latest jaunt in Asia, now sporting a grey tinted beard. David drove us out to Iwahig penal colony, which in simple terms is an open air prison. Prisoners from all over The Philippines are held here to work openly on farms and rice fields. Tourists can sign ...