Sunday, March 27, 2011

CARAMOAN: 04 – Rex Tourist Inn


The decision to go to Caramoan was a tough one for I was alone and most of the packages offered were for minimum 2 pax. I only found one package that could cater to my alone status and it was a tall order at 4,200 pesos for 2 days and 1 night at the Rex Tourist Inn, the feedback for which has been greatly positive all over the net.

One thing I could assure you about that place is that you would never ever starve in there. Every meal was a feast and that was exactly my problem. I hate food. Aside from the smiles and friendly greetings, I was welcomed by a rather hefty lunch: a big plate of rice, 4 pieces of giant prawns, a plate of laing, and another plate with adobo. I do not eat vegetables and I was not in the mood for prawns. I only ate adobo and a third of the rice.


After the island hopping activities, again the food kept coming at the Rex Tourist Inn refectory. Their love for food is indescribable and was pure torture for my very small appetite. What with all the curious looks I was getting because I was alone and eating only a little. This could send wrong signals that I did not like their food. Well, correction: I do not like food in general, not just theirs. Even the fried crab was glaring at me as if daring me to eat it. It was like, I died and got fried for you and now you won’t even touch me? Damn you, bastard.

The room was comfortable enough. What was conspicuously missing though was a sink in the bathroom, which was weird given its larger than usual size. Where was I supposed to brush my teeth, toilet bowl? I do not know if that was the setup for all the rooms but there is a comfort room by the reception desk with a sink and there was where I brushed my teeth.
CARAMOAN: 04 – Rex Tourist Inn

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