Day #7 on Panglao, Brekkie & Payag
Making these blogs a little more skinny now, as we’re just pottering around and spending most of our day online trying to create an exit strategy back home to Singapore despite Covid-19. I would just like to call out what they call the Manila Mission, AKA the Singaporean Embassy for the Philippines, Opera Estate School, St Stephen’s School, SilkAir and Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Singapore. Plus my mates have all been offering to help and getting in there and even ringing around. Over the last day or so there have been many WOW moments from you all – family Kennett cannot thank you enough. But here we go as if normality reigned, here comes Day #7 on Panglao, Brekkie & Payag.
I am loving filling the fridge or just making stuff up for the kids from what is sitting in the fridge. Today I went Native Filipino Chorizo & Egg Pairing… Let’s have a look.
And that was that Day #7 on Panglao, Brekkie & Payag was over. We went to AA BBQ again for dinner as everywhere is starting to close down now as part of quarantine and social distancing. So very sad, but still an absolutely amazing dinner with the guys. Our last for this trip sadly, as we really do hope to be off on a flight on 23/3 if the Embassy and SilkAir have anything to do with it. All we need is to clear the health checks in Tagbilaran, then Tubigon Ferry Terminal, and then Cebu. We have to get on the ferry at 0700am at Tubigon. We have to board that flight at 1900 Cebu to Singapore. And then do our 2-week house-arrest indoors. Whilst we are here though we push on and ensure the WHOLE family is having fun.
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