This is a private room that accommodates three guests, it has one double-sized bed and a single bed, It is an air-conditioned room, with bath/toilet. It has tv set, wifi. This room is located on the ground floor of the house in a subdivision that is more or less 5 to 8 minutes walk to J. P. Laurel Avenue where you can get a public transport. We are near Bangoy Airport, ferry to Samal Island, Churches, restaurants, and a walking distance to SM Lanang and SMX.
This space is clean, air-conditioned, and with en-suite toilet and bath. It has its own entrance.
We usually serve our guests with breakfast in our dining room.
Interaction with guests
I can help our guests with things to do in our city during their stay. I can drive them to places they like to visit or provide them a ride with a driver/tour guide.
Other things to note
For the convenience of our guests and to avoid the hassle locating our place, we can send them our location map once booked for a reservation.
Guests must all the time observed cleanliness, bins for garbage are provided for proper disposal. Loud noise is also prohibited.
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The five things I can't live without are
1. family - Having such a strong family network has always been very important to me and I feel blessed to have the same close relationship with my two daughters and four grandchildren.
2. Group of friends - I treasured them like my own family. . I value my friends and need them just as much as I need anything else
3. Food - I like nutritious foods other than those that are wonderful, health-promoting foods; like vegetables, seafood, nuts seeds and grains.
4. Music - Music not only changes our moods but it also changes the way we think and our perceptions, Songs and Lyrics Can Mean So Much, an Expression of a Person, can be used to relax, incite, inspire, excite, an entire plethora of emotions can be surfaced or repressed by music.
5. Travel - It is a challenge to do something new, Finishing a trip gives me the satisfaction that i was able to accomplish what I set out to do. And to give me energy to set up the next challenge too.
If there’s one thing I appreciate most and strive for in my traveling life, it’s feeling welcome in a friend’s home. During my visits in Uk and in USA, it was our friends and family who took care of us and made us feel relaxed and comforted. What they did wasn’t expensive and didn’t take much time, but it made all the difference in the world. The goal was to add small touches that let us know they cared, while striking a balance between alone time and connecting time that made us feel comfortable.
As a host, I like my guests to feel welcomed and comforted and like they have space to be on their own as well as ways to connect and be involved with your household. Before the guest/guests arrive, I like to deep clean around the house, do laundry and stock up on essentials like toilet paper, paper towels and tissues. The extra day ahead of their arrival allows time for laundry delays, etc., Having a copy of the keys for your guest is always nice. It allows them to come and go as they please. I like to attach a little card with suggestions for places in the area to get coffee, shop, find transportation and eat.; and in the bathrooms, I like to provide a stack of clean towels, washcloths and a toothbrush for guests. I put the toothbrush and a travel-sized toothpaste in a clean glass on the counter so they have a little landing space for their toiletries.
My motto is : Good habits for a great life. if you want to be outstanding, you have to develop the habit of personal excellence. In each key area of life, I seek out the very best practices and strive to make those my habits. The result is a continual incremental improvement in happiness, fulfillment and sense of purpose.