|The Host Club Goes to the Philippines
Author: Terry-May PM
ON HIATUS Haruhi decides to go to the Philippines to study. Tamaki desperately follows her there and brings the whole Host Club along as well. With a slight problem at the airport, things are set straight but will they actually be able to meet?Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Adventure - Haruhi F. - Chapters: 3 - Words: 4,723 - Reviews: 16 - Favs: 13 - Follows: 11 - Updated: 03-20-08 - Published: 12-12-07 - id: 3942159
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The Host Club Goes to the Philippines
Summary: Haruhi decides to go to the Philippines to study. Tamaki desperately follows her there and brings the whole Host Club along as well. With a slight problem at the airport, things are set straight but will they actually be able to meet?
"Kyouya, I am going abroad to study. Specifically, I am going to the Philippines since I have heard that their teaching there is good. Please promise me that you will keep this a secret from the rest. I don't want any commotion there with HIM trying to find me. I shall be leaving on the 3rd of December. By then, I don't want anyone to know of my departure. That's all. Take care. –Haruhi"
Kyouya read the contents of the note that was left on his office desk a dozen more times until he finally got the message. It was 11am in the morning and Kyouya was sitting in his office when he spied a note stuck on his desk.
It has been a year since the last of the Host Club members graduated university. Hikaru and Kaoru were now managing their own company but they visit the other members every once in a while. Haruhi was now under an internship program in a law firm. Tamaki continues visit from France to Japan to check up on his "daughter" and Mori and Hunny were managing their own businesses well. Kyouya was now head of his family's business and if it were said, he was the only one who hasn't seen Haruhi in the last few months yet she chose to send him a letter about her departure.
It left him wondering and gazing at the sky when a knock was heard. Carelessly, he left the note on a random area on his desk that would be easily spotted by a client.
The so-called client turned out to be the French king himself. He walked in with his head held up and with a proud stride.
"Take a seat first, Tamaki before you go off to say nonsense again," Kyouya ordered his so-called guest.
Tamaki promptly obeyed but as he sat down, he saw the note that Kyouya had carelessly discarded on his desk. He picked it up and read it silently. When he came to realization, he began to speak in a serious tone.
"Kyouya, what is this? How can Haruhi choose to abandon her friends here in Japan!"
Kyouya struck his forehead as the last part was said dramatically.
"She just wants to study abroad and, you're not supposed to know that," Kyouya said.
Tamaki stood up and as Kyouya guessed, he began acting like his old idiotic self.
"But she can't leave us! She can't!" he wailed, waving his arms around.
"So what are you implying?" Kyouya asked, trying to play along with his best friend's game.
Tamaki sat down and began acting serious again.
"We must follow her. Tomorrow, the 3rd of December, we must follow her to the Philippines. Call the other members and book the tickets Kyouya!"
Kyouya nodded because he had no choice but to obey.
The next day, at the Tokyo International Airport… [note that I'm unsure whether this thing exists XD
The Host Club members, minus Haruhi were now clutching their baggage and were heading toward the airplane heading for NAIA [Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Kyouya was wearing black jeans, a white shirt and a stylish jacket and dark sunglasses. Tamaki was wearing blue jeans, a loose purple shirt depicting 'DADDY KNOWS BEST'. The twins were dressed in cargo pants and vests. Mori was wearing black pants, a white polo shirt and a cowboy hat. Hunny, who had grown a few inches taller was wearing cargo pants as well and a stylish sleeveless shirt with random patterns.
When they finally managed to board a plane[they had decided to travel commoner style they sat down on their respective seats. Kyouya had the aisle seat and Tamaki had the window seat to pacify his ignorance. The twins were sitting beside each other and so was Mori and Hunny.
"This is probably my first time to ride a commoner's airplane, Takashi," Hunyn said excitedly to his companion.
Mori just nodded and rested his head on the chair.
Kyouya was reading a book, trying his best to ignore Tamaki's excited sqeals.
"Look, Kyouya! There's a weird fluffy bird flying close to the plane!" Tamaki told Kyouya excitedly.
"That's not a bird Tamaki," Kyouya said while looking at his book. "It's what you call a cloud."
"Oh," Tamaki said sadly and he continued to gaze outside the windows.
At the twins' seats…
"Ah! Hikaru! My ears feel as if their exploding!" Kaoru whined as he held his ears.
"Let me see, Kaoru," Hikaru said, just as the stewardess passed by.
"Can I have some gum please?" Hikaru asked the lady politely.
The stewardess nodded and gave him a gumball.
Hikaru then gently put the gumball in Kaoru's mouth which made the stewardess squeal at the sight.
A few hours later…
The plane had finally arrived within the Philippine territory and was taxiing towards the arrival area. When the plane came to a complete stop, the Host Club members stood up, gathered all their belongings and headed out to the airport.
The airport they were in wasn't as huge as the airport in Japan. Worst of all, they couldn't understand a majority of what the people were saying.
"Tamaki, Haruhi didn't clearly state where in the Philippines she was going to study in but I have a hint it's in an 'island' they call 'Mindanao'," Kyouya told Tamaki as he looked at his ledger.
"Great Kyouya, now let's board a plane heading for that island," Tamaki said.
"Not yet, Tama-chan, I'm still a little dizzy," Hunny said.
Mori then stood behind Hunny making sure that if he fell, he would catch him.
The twins were looking around curiously, trying to decode the mysterious language they were hearing.
Just then, as they were all sitting down, they heard Kyouya's phone ringing.
"Yes, Tachibana?" Kyouya answered as he stood up once again.
"Young Master, I have confirmed Ms. Fujioka's location. She is in Cagayan de Oro City in Mindanao. I believe you won't have much trouble heading for there. Just take a plane heading for that place. There must be a direct transport there," Tachibana said.
"Well done, we shall be heading there in a while. Send some private police over there as well to pick us up at the airport. I dare say not to bring the limo since there might be some sort of a commotion there," Kyouya said and he pressed the end call button.
"Well, Kyouya?" Tamaki asked, looking up at the standing Kyouya.
"I believe we have to board a plane again," Kyouya said.
"What? No way! All that wasted time for nothing!" Hikaru exclaimed in Japanese a little bit loudly that others turned to look at the bedazzling six.
"We're not heading back to Japan, Hikaru. We're going to Mindanao," Kyouya informed the older Hitachiin.
"And perhaps we should speak in English. I daresay people here wouldn't understand us," Mori told them a little softly.
Hunny and the rest nodded while Kyouya adjusted his glasses.
And so they boarded another plane, waited for one hour and 45 minutes and finally, they arrived at Lumbia National Airport in Cagayan de Oro City where they were picked up by six men in black.
When they arrived at the check out section, they noticed that the people there were speaking a different language compared to the ones in the previous airport.
"Oh my, how can Haruhi go along in this world if she can barely understand them?" Tamaki wondered out loud in English.
"Shut up, Tono," Hikaru tried to speak fast in English.
They boarded a taxi. The seats were rather uncomfortable for their rich asses but they bore with it.
"Um, to the Savier Estates Country Club please," Kyouya told the driver in English but had quite a mispronunciation.
"Ah, to Xavier Estates?" the driver asked in a different accent of English.
"Yes," Tamaki replied.
After 20 minutes of being cramped in the uncomfortable taxi, they arrived at a luxurious-looking mansion that was slightly smaller than their house.
"Hey, Kyouya, is this your summer mansion or something?" Tamaki questioned as he crept up behind Kyouya and put his elbow on his shoulder.
"No, it is not, Tamaki. This is a hotel or so as they say. All we need to do is check in," Kyouya replied, shaking Tamaki's elbow away from his shoulder.
Kyouya and Tamaki along with two bodyguards [private police headed for the check in counter as the rest sat on the two nearby comfy sofas.
"Yes, sir? What may I do for you?" the lady at the counter said politely in English as the two handsome men and bodyguards approached the counter.
"I'd like to book four rooms, all beside each other," Kyouya told the receptionist.
The receptionist nodded and handed them forms which they filled up. [Actually, Kyouya let Tamaki do it since he was more fluent in English than him
After minutes of processing, the lady gave them four keys numbered 204, 205, 206 and 207.
They all headed to their rooms. Kyouya took room 204 while Tamaki took room 205 and the twins took 206. The remaining room key went to Mori and Hunny.
Upon opening the door of the room, they were greeted by a well furnished room with luxurious beds, a bathroom and all those other rich things.
There was a door on the right side of Kyouya's room that led to Tamaki's room. He locked the door fearing intrusion and lay down on his bed.
It was around 6pm, Philippine time and the sky was already darkening. The twins along with Mori and Hunny went swimming right after they woke up from their sleep. [They went to sleep in their room right after they arrived. It's pretty tiring to be traveling
Kyouya was observing them from the glass window and Tamaki was still snoring in his bed, hugging his Kuma-chan.
Once more, Kyouya's phone rung, he answered it and listened to the voice coming out of the receiver.
"Ms. Fujioka will be studying Law at Xavier University. It seems she's staying in her Aunt's house in Xavier Heights. It should be close to where you are," Tachibana said.
"Thank you," Kyouya said and shut his phone close.
Now all he needed to do was just wait for the next day to find Haruhi's dwelling.