Stone House Manila
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... started dispersing. Slowly they faded back into the shadows of the concrete jungle. The hustle and bustle of the market consumed the day and the adults went about their individual ways as if the children didn't exist. The saddest part of the day is wondering if the little time we spent with them playing, feeding, talking, ministering, hugging, loving and laughing made an impact. All we know is God and FTC is definitely impacting the street children of Tondo, Manila... The Rowan ...
... home was draining, waiting , waiting, more waiting in ques that took forever. I did not get one bit of sleep as the man next to me snored the whoooooooooooooole plain ride. The annoyed looks from the passengers around me clearly showed i wasn't the only one.
I ended up putting my ear phone in and listening to the opra channel and getting about 2 hours of sleep.
... but whatever. We file off, all the luggage has to be unloaded from the bus, then reloaded onto the other bus, and after another half hour, we finally head for the airport, caravan style with the original bus we’d been on. The buses pull up to the curb together, everyone piles out, gets their luggage, and then is left to fend for themselves. No information about where to go, no new flight number, and certainly no reason for passenger segregation on the two buses! ...
... is never a dull moment. We love Manila, it was the travel experience we needed and made us feel completely alive. We have been to the Philippines before and had been south, so this time we decided to head north.
A TRIP NORTH AND BEAUTIFUL SAGADA– Many people say that the Northern Philippines is the most spectacular part of the Philippines, but considerable effort is required to get there, as we were to find out. We are not fans of overnight bus ...
... arrived and were quickly devoured as we realised how hungry we were. During a trip to the supermarket we learned that it was possible - normal even - to buy sliced bread here, and decided to try out the toaster in the hostel kitchen at breakfast. Having received change in coins (another novelty), we walked back to the hostel through the pub / club district. Despite feeling a real lack of live music whilst being away, the only thing we'd be doing that night was ...