Stone House Manila
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... had a bum washer and of course all the bathrooms on the ground were equipped. Learning my lesson from Malaysia, I made sure to utilize the correct stall at the airport but took a picture of the old school way...will give it a shot somewhere along the way just for fun. We will do our overnight layover in Manila and then early flight to "bung hole" now on time and hopefully with our luggage.
Manila...well, the good news ...
... would grab the car, outside manilla airport was like any other asian arrivals area, there was a gangway where people couldn't stand and as you walked through everyone was trying to get your attention all we saw was a blur of faces and heard "sir, miss, hotel, taxi??" again and again. It felt good to be back in Asia. We had booked a room in an area of the city called makati, it was the main business district and apparently the safest and slightly more ...
... to let you off at the
Strawberry Farm, cross the road and walk the rest of the way as it's not that
far from the main road.
In addition to the list, Tagaytay is one of the best places I've been to. When you are there, you'll feel like your in Baguio. This is because, like Baguio, Tagaytay is elevated, thus the reason why the place has a cool climate. Because of the cool climate present there, the perfect time to ...
This week was my 1 month anniversary of being in Manila and my 15 year wedding anniversary. The team celebrated both with a beautiful cake adorned with pictures of my face on Katy Perry's body. The cake was made of Ube, which is a purple yam native to the Philippines. The yam is boiled and mashed and used in many desserts as the flavor is sweet and the texture is chewy and creamy. The cake had a coconut cream filling. ...
... with luggage belts on the left and customs on the right.
There were plenty of taxis waiting and i was soon on my way to Ermita. The journey took about 40 minutes and although the driver had not heard of the hotel, giving him the number of the street helped him locate it without a problem. Check-in was quick and easy and i was invited to choose between two rooms that were shown to me by the ...