We decided to move out of Manila as soon as possible, there is not really too much to see and do in the city. The two choices available were 1) taking a plane to Boracay or 2) Taking a bus and boat to Sabang, the beach resort where I had stayed before. I heard that Boracay has one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, but it is very touristy. Sabang, is less tourist oriented, smaller and it is cheaper to travel there. But, what most shaped the decision was the fact that the Boracay plane flew out at 8, but the airport was about 2 hours away, making this a start at 5 am trip. That sealed the deal for me, back to Sabang it was.
On the bus trip, I noticed a funny thing about all of the shops sitting shoulder to shoulder along the road, they were all named after their owner. Never the name, Super Snack Shop. These communities do not seem that small, but maybe everyone can know who exactly Amy of Amy's Shop actually is and moreover, they choose Amy over Sanchez. Odd indeed.
Those stores were the view most of the way, but there were a few other funny signs to show that were not someones name.
I do not understand the language of this sign. A pre-starter would never be able to begin, am I wrong? But, I do like the idea of food being anti-scouring...it sounds like the scouring food would be rough on the way out.
My misunderstandings of language continue into other signs as well.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I am gonna wager 200 that a ro-ro vehicle is a boat. Maybe that is the lane that all trucks pulling a boat should take through the toll booth, we are at the port.