We were really hungry when we got there but unfortunately, all restaurants and food places were already closed and there were no fast food chains open nearby. Robinsons has also already closed. It was almost midnight when we arrived and we had no choice but to eat at the only store open – Ministop! It was our first time to try out their rice and chicken meal and I can say it was still good even the food is not so fresh anymore and you can really feel the heat of the microwave haha!
12:00 am struck and it was already June 16. There we are, eating our dinner in a convenience store, still feeling happy and fortunate that we found some place to eat, capping our day with chicken, soda and chitchat and laughs – still the most romantic anniversary date.
After having a few experience from our recent travels, we thought it would be practical that we’ll just stay in a more affordable place this time most especially we’re just here for two days. And we’re curious with what is “Go Hotels” since we always noticed that on our travels so why not experience it first hand to know how it differs from the other hotels. Plus, I thought it was convenient too because it is just adjacent to Robinsons Iloilo. It’s actually their budget hotel brand, as I read here.
Batchooooooy! One of the top things you should have while in Iloilo! This one’s from Ted’s.
Passenger boat going to the island of Guimaras.Batchoy again and again! These are from Deco’s. We also tried to dine in here in Mang Inasal Iloilo and it was the cleanest I’ve ever seen! Went to Guimaras Island and we fell inlove! I’m sad to say goodbye, Iloilo. I didn’t even get the chance to visit Islas de Gigantes 🙁 I’ll come back! And I’ll make sure I’ll stay long enough to appreciate more of your beauty on my next visit.