Travel Blogs from Pasig, Philippines

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Turkey Day 2009!, Pasig City, Philippines travel blog

Turkey Day 2009!

A travel blog entry by catiechan

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We're celebrating Thanksgiving here in the office. Though we're here in the Philippines, we're still mindful of the holidays celebrated by our American counterparts. This week our company is hosting a Turkey-Making competition. What's the catch? The ...

Reviewing for NLE, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Reviewing for NLE

A travel blog entry by d.gomez

71 Phase 2 - A Karangalan village, Pasig City Reviewing for NLE june ...

"... you're just badly dressed for the weather..."

A travel blog entry by susanrachel

There's no such thing as bad weather, you're just badly dressed for the weather. I was in Germany when I first heard this remark. I was attending a late summer early autumn course on land use planning in Dresden. Coming from a tropical country, I was ...

Home, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by bfust

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... .   "Echoes and silence, patience and grace, All of these moments I'll never replace,  Fear of my heart, absence of faith,  All I want is to be home." - Dave Grohl, "Home" Goodbye from the Philippines.  The journey home starts now. ...

My Wow Manila Hop On Hop Off Experiencer!, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

My Wow Manila Hop On Hop Off Experiencer!

A travel blog entry by wowmanila

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... in some section they can read some various information on each historical site. It also provides ‘fast facts" about the Philippines. Tourists and balikbayans can find our maps at the International Airports, in some Hotel lobbies, Ayala Malls, SM ...

Random facts about Manila, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Random facts about Manila

A travel blog entry by polakpete

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I believe I have officially been knighted.  Since I've been in Manila, people have only addressed me as Sir Peter or Mr. Peter.  Filippinos are extremely polite, to the point of it being uncomfortable sometimes.  It takes some getting used ...

It's quite here... good!, Pasig City, Philippines travel blog

It's quite here... good!

A travel blog entry by dennisborne

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I didn't go to my usual Strabucks to brainstorm. Good thing I did just that because I came up with pretty good insights. I guess a change of atmosphere helps a lot. I followed my desires (again!) and ordered a Grande Hot Mocha. Here's my cup and ...

manila american cemetery and memorial, Pembo, Philippines travel blog

manila american cemetery and memorial

A travel blog entry by tharper

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This was Cezar's suggestion and at first I was not thrilled about going to it. Once we got there I was blown away. It was beautiful, the view was spectacular. We walked thru the open halls and I did find my last name on one of the walls. ...

Bachelor Style and More Things I Like, Pasig City, Philippines travel blog

Bachelor Style and More Things I Like

A travel blog entry by bfust

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There's this 1974 looking couch in my hotel room with some decorative pillows on it that have the texture of a Namibian street gator or the underfoot of an armadillo who has lived a life worth talking about.  I'm guessing that this isn't generally ...

A Backpacker's Misadventures, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

A Backpacker's Misadventures

A travel blog entry by lei_chavez

I'm still working on it. ...

Jul 11, 2011, Ugong, Philippines travel blog

Jul 11, 2011

A travel blog entry by ambhenicka

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The excitement begins..., Pasig, Philippines travel blog

The excitement begins...

A travel blog entry by susanrachel

Saturday, 22 October 2011: received text from Bek. "Senator Legarda inviting you to join group to travel to Kobe, Japan on 20-25 November for a caucus on linking disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in local governance. Group will ...

Wow Manila Sakay Na! Hop on Hop Off, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Wow Manila Sakay Na! Hop on Hop Off

A travel blog entry by wowmanilahopon

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... in some section they can read some various information on each historical site. It also provides ‘fast facts" about the Philippines. Tourists and balikbayans can find our maps at the International Airports, in some Hotel lobbies, Ayala Malls, SM ...

My Manila, Pasig City, Philippines travel blog

My Manila

A travel blog entry by leinadra

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A picture from the ...

Conquering Ugong Rock, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Conquering Ugong Rock

A travel blog entry by lei_chavez

I've never gone spelunking before. I try to leave those highly-physical activities to the more active kind. But there I was, struggling to pull myself upward with a series of ropes in Ugong ...

experimental outing to a virgin place in zambales, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

experimental outing to a virgin place in zambales

A travel blog entry by willoyd0214

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how can we enjoy and relax staying in place isolated from foods? no potable water for drink?  no electricity? no mobile signal? and no comfortable bathroom? Beau (Lloyd) and I really wanted to go somewhere that we really dont know. some ...

Perspective from Ate LaLa, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Perspective from Ate LaLa

A travel blog entry by anniematt

By Alison Harte, USA, on impact of her Manila CI site Alison at the Pasig River When we first arrived at Kapit Bisig para sa Ilog Pasig we were greeted with the stench that none of us were ready for, and for water that was black. Not just any black, I ...

Coffee Ideas!, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Coffee Ideas!

A travel blog entry by dennisborne

I'm going to Podium in Ortigas to bring Nico to Church. After that it's time to stay in a coffee shop to come up with new ideas for the several projects I have at present. Hmmm... what coffee will I have? The regular kind is brewed coffee with one ...

Strolling Sabang Beach, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Strolling Sabang Beach

A travel blog entry by lei_chavez

The land is a mixture of sand and soil - rough but soft. Waves violently hit sandbars a few miles away, creating an otherworldly sound. But raging as it may be, the waves sizzle to a foam once it hit the cream-colored shore. The sun had already set and ...

The Weekend Prep, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

The Weekend Prep

A travel blog entry by iamghe

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For some, the travel begins when you reach your final destionation. For me the journey started as early as I  dream that "dream" LOL Now, this is the last week prior to the trip. Rule #1: ...

The Markets of Alaminos, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

The Markets of Alaminos

A travel blog entry by lei_chavez

I'm still working on it. ...

2 Things I Thought I'd Never Do, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

2 Things I Thought I'd Never Do

A travel blog entry by bfust

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... a willing participant in the both of the following: 1.) Singing a Justin Bieber medley in a Korean-style karaoke joint in Manila, Philippines at 8 in the morning while eating various food stuffs including what used to be the face of a pig. There may be ...

Sunday Morning Sidewalk, Pasig City, Philippines travel blog

Sunday Morning Sidewalk

A travel blog entry by bfust

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... my eye.  Could it be?  Within one block of my hotel?  Was that...Jesus propaganda?  A church! Sweet. The Philippines is 97% Catholic.  When it came up in conversation a week ago that I am a pastor at a church, the first guess of ...

A different side of Manila, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

A different side of Manila

A travel blog entry by polakpete

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... unique vehicle visible everywhere and accountable for a major portion of the chaos on the roads is the stand out icon of the Philippines.  Left over from the american army post world war II, these things are part Jeep and part school bus.  They ...

ocean park manila, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

ocean park manila

A travel blog entry by willoyd0214

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ocean park ...

Island Hoping in Honda Bay, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Island Hoping in Honda Bay

A travel blog entry by lei_chavez

It was a wide expanse of blue sea against an otherwise gray sky. The churning sound of the motor fills the air, and the waves gently lap against an outrigger boat big enough to fit 25 passengers. There were 15 of us, including the crew. I sit at the back ...

Stolen Saturday, Stubby Monday, Pasig City, Philippines travel blog

Stolen Saturday, Stubby Monday

A travel blog entry by bfust

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No matter how certainly I know in my mind that the overnight work schedule I'm on is the same amount of working hours as I've always done, it still feels like a stolen Saturday and a stubby Monday.  You see, my last day of the work week is the ...

This travel's SMAP lens, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

This travel's SMAP lens

A travel blog entry by susanrachel

While this is my third travel to Japan, this is the first time that I would be visiting the country as a SMAP fan.  My SMAP communities and virtual friends have psyched me on things to expect.  For the first time, I might be recognizing ...

Barangay San Antonio, Pasig, Philippines travel blog

Barangay San Antonio

A travel blog entry by erikmeyer3000

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Dei and I have settled into our new home for two months. Barangay San Antonio (barangay means barrio or village) is part of Ortigas Center, one of Metro Manila's many downtown areas. The location is great, only a 3 minute walk to Dei's office and ...

Green Pants: A Poem, Pasig City, Philippines travel blog

Green Pants: A Poem

A travel blog entry by bfust

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There once was a day, not too far past when to me it was made known That I must procure a pair of pants somewhat different than my own It seems soon there was a man arriving Who doesn't like to see People wearing pants that are made of denim or dungaree ...

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