Tagaytay

Typed up at: Roldan's Beach Resort on Camiguin Island Posted from: Legaspi Tourist Inn in Legaspi We took an air-conditioned bus from Manila to Tagaytay. Despite being just 56 kilometers away, it took 2 hours to make the trip. There was no special delay. That is just how long it takes when including stops and traffic. We bought 3 tickets so our bags would have a seat. Unlike India buses it was impossible to get these under the seats, and under the bus was not an option.

Manila

Typed up at: Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Roldan's Beach Resort on Camiguin Island Posted from: Legaspi Tourist Inn in Legaspi Our first experience in Manila was to stand in the biggest immigration line yet. But everybody was polite, gave each other enough personal space, and things ran very smoothly although it took a while. Despite all that we still had to wait for our luggage, but not too long.

Hong Kong

Typed up at: Cherry Blossoms Hotel in Manila, Malate Pensionne in Manila Posted from: Momo's in Manila, Drahcir Internet Cafe on Camiguin We flew Thai Airways (Air Thai, Thai Airlines, I forget whichever particular Air-word they use). The food was nice, and the flights were short. We had a layover in Bangkok where we spent about 25 minutes walking from our arrival gate to our departure date. This included buying some water, and then downing it as fast as possible when we had to pass through a security checkpoint 25m later.