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... it along with everyone else. I also tasted jackfruit in coconut milk and squeezed a lot of kalamansi into my water to make a pretty sour juice. Kuya Alex bought me some mangosteen after. The trip back to Tita Dimples house should have taken less than an hour but Tito Jesse got lost and we ended up in a different province (check name) and didn't get back until almost 1am. I slept through most of the car ...
... on. "Too much" I say again, feeling bold. I'll walk, I tell you. I won't be bullied into paying 60% off of street price for this phone case. She keeps staring at me. I say, "400 pesos for both." She says fine, and takes my phone from me and puts the screen protector on.
Success! I'm a real Rockefeller. My guess is had I stuck to my guns I could have gotten both for 350 or 300 pesos. Baby steps.
St. Francis ...
... to get some more authentic food and ended up at this wicked little joint called Erra's Place. We ate lichon for the first time (deep fried pork) as well as chop suey and a beef dish. Food was good and Alex had his first San Miguel of the trip for 33 pesos! That's 75 cents for a beer! It's funny, the food was great but I was saying to Alex it's going to take me a couple of days to get used to being back in this part of the world. Nuts ...
... and 'I am making sense to the world!' ~
So, I took the ramp and captured my freedom, I walked the path and exuded my individuality, I met the Philippine's top fashion designer for a short 'tete-a-tete' and some may have thought I was a celebrity (lol ), I shook hands with a couple of the country's fashion and footwear magnates and so my camera rolled to once again capture ...
... and were reasonably priced (about $100 per night for the mid-priced suites). She picked one called Indigo Meditation; a room with a royal Middle East/Asian vibe. We booked for three nights; my last two, plus, since my flight was late Saturday, that night for Zel.
When we arrived, we discovered the room had not been cleaned up yet. They showed us another room, but we found the color scheme tacky and asked if we could just store our bags and ...
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