Andanita Bed & Breakfast
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... and had a good opportunity to share observations of the state of the churches here in the Philippines.
If I haven't said it before, the brethren in Asia are very fortunate to have such a fine and diligent Regional Director in Mr. Baker. He willingly travels all over Asia to visit with the pastors and the brethren so that this part of the world is well cared for and connected to the rest of the church. A great deal of self-sacrifice is his common routine. He will leave ...
... has the charm and character of a bygone era and was much more enjoyable than the concrete jungles that rise around it in all directions.
We also visited the Manila Hotel. It is famous for one of its past residents … Douglas MacArthur who stayed here during his time in this area and up and till he was forced out when Manila fell to the Japanese in 1942 during WWII. ...
The Philippines are in a geologically very active area, so a volcano is never far. That one -the Taal Volcano - is special due to its unique shape. The volcano is very flat and forms an island in a big lake. The crater has filled with up water too, so there is another small lake (and actually another island) inside the island. Manila is only a 2-hour drive away, so the whole area has turned into a popular weekend destination with lots of hotels and a ...
... to the hotel.
I'm in a nice hotel. It has a sweet view, a kitchenette, a washer/dryer in room, and some sort of steam mechanism in the shower that clanks around like a boiler if you turn it on. There is also free breakfast every morning, big pool, and two free bottles of water a day. I don't know what ya'll are used to when it comes to hotels, but it's far above my normal style. I'm somebody, ...
My family and I went to Tagaytay last weekend for a road trip. We were
surprised of the heavy traffic who welcomed us when we arrived Sta. Rosa.
It was a religious group (I will not say the name anymore) that came to an
event via loads of buses, jeepneys, and other mode of transportation and parked
in the highway without any care of the other commuters and travelers who are
not part of that religious ...