Travel Blogs from Manila, Philippines

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The Phillipines, Manila, Philippines travel blog

The Phillipines

A travel blog entry by jonnytheroth

And to the ...

Manila Phil, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manila Phil

A travel blog entry by wanderlustroots

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... here :) One of the favorite local foods is Balut.  It's a partially developed chicken fetus that is boiled in the egg and eaten like a hard boiled egg with salt and vinegar. Also here are some pictures from our brief times in ...

Philippines, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Philippines

A travel blog entry by beachbum

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... a shock a city of 10 million people, with strong latin and american infulances in south east asia. Overwhelming is how i would describe Manila. The malls here are bigger that mall of the americas by some way, and in the area i am staying there is not ...

Homeward Bound, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by big_d

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Well I've put in my second tour on this project and I'm headed back the beautiful USA and my family! Here's a little shot of the First Class Lounge in Manila's airport... waiting to catch my ...

Arrived in Manila, Philippines, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Arrived in Manila, Philippines

A travel blog entry by danschmidt

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I arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) after a long flight. Actually two flights totaling about 18 hours in the air. The good news is I got caught up on a lot of missed rest, lol. After a short 2-hour delay I'll be back in flight ...

Meeting up with mates in Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Meeting up with mates in Manila

A travel blog entry by paul_karen

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... so we got off from the taxi in an area we liked the look of. It turned out to be the oldest area of Manila with the oldest church in the Philippines. It is strange to see so many churches in Asia and to see all the signs in English. It felt like we were ...

A day of airports and marriage proposals, Manila, Philippines travel blog

A day of airports and marriage proposals

A travel blog entry by charliek85

... gate. I had intended to make the most of the free wifi and have a coffee stop between flights, but there was no time. I arrived in Manila with no fuss however, surprised at just how short the flight was (just over an hour and a half) - I'm not used to ...

Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manila

A travel blog entry by zellnerworld

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... so much going on with people all over the streets selling and constant bumper to bumper traffic. Our main reason for going to Manila was to visit Maybellyn's family. Since we stayed in Makati,the central business district and they were in Cavite which is ...

The Longest Birthday, Manila, Philippines travel blog

The Longest Birthday

A travel blog entry by paulinalina

... San Agustín Church). At least 90% of the Philippine population are Christians and Manilla is the center of Christianity in the Philippines. Manila is also famous for being good shopping place and some major shopping malls thrives in here. Now, it is ...

Mall of Asia, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Mall of Asia

A travel blog entry by wanderlustroots

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Back in hot, dirty, smelly Manila one last time before our flight to Singapore on Wednesday.  I caught the cold that Jon got a few days ago so I'm just staying in the hostel blogging all day.  Jon went out to try to get his G9 repaired, but ...

Pathfinders Travel Guide: Boracay, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Pathfinders Travel Guide: Boracay

A travel blog entry by benjielayug

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... your eyes open for a falling star.        Get to know more about this island, the Philippines' number one tourist destination,  by browsing through the pages of  PATHFINDERS TRAVEL GUIDE: BORACAY (Great Books ...

Final Entry, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Final Entry

A travel blog entry by jonnytheroth

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... Thailand, Malaysia and Laos although much closer to extreme affluence. Infact it lies just at the back of a holiday resort. The Philippines have the widest desparity between rich and poor than ive seen anywhere on my travels, or maybe its that they live ...

Manila, Philippines: Part One, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manila, Philippines: Part One

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

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... not stop for me. Finally, I got a taxi. My flight did not take off until half an hour later. Once I was in Manila, Philippines, I searched for a cab. The airport cab tried to beg me to use them and they wanted fourteen hundred Filipino pesos. Screw that ...

On Our Last Leg, Manila, Philippines travel blog

On Our Last Leg

A travel blog entry by davemyers

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... then our family has echoed that phrase "tubbed and scrubbed" after our children were bathed and ready for bed! The flight to Manila was smooth and without event. When we came through the jetway we proceeded directly to customs. The process was smooth and ...

manila airport security, Manila, Philippines travel blog

manila airport security

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... head to the immigration officer when a uniformed man stops to hand me one of the forms.  As I will be leaving the Philippines again, I took another form from him to hopefully save time next time I pass through here.  Immigration took only about ...

Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manila

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97

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... of Castle on TV, then played with my iPad while watching the lightening flash through the window. Monday August 6 Checked the Air Philippines website to make sure my flight to Boracay tomorrow was still on schedule, but couldn't find it listed. Rang their ...

Touring the Bay of Manila area, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Touring the Bay of Manila area

A travel blog entry by big_d

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This Saturday Patrick and I decided to venture out on our own and start seeing the sites.  After a long week of work we needed some down time and it was forecast to be a beautiful ...

Wonderful People...as always, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Wonderful People...as always

A travel blog entry by aaronkdean

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Always enjoyed coming to the Philippines as the people are wonderful.  Gave the sermon Sabbath at 2 pm to our brethren and had the long 15 foot walk to church from the bedroom (which also served as an anointing room). Shortest commute I have ever ...

Cyclone day, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Cyclone day

A travel blog entry by jonandrose

... . So once again I start the packing routine, checking out and leaving early for the airport just in case, as I know that Manila immigration and customs are slow and tedious. As predicted they are 1.5 hrs for immigration then I'm told it will be ...

Manilla Time, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manilla Time

A travel blog entry by rjaikens

After some very long adventures, we will end our trip spending time with our family, THE JACKSONS!!! We are so excited to see them and see their beautiful home.... Also, we will be doing some fun work for Deseret International, we are happy to do ...

Philippino Hospitality, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Philippino Hospitality

A travel blog entry by marmotexpress

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Our first stop on our 6-week tour of Southeast Asia landed us in Manila, The Philippines, at the lovely home of Reena Ermitano. Reena, a former classmate of Jill's at Columbia, showered us with the hospitality Philippino's are known for. She arranged for ...

Flying to Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Flying to Manila

A travel blog entry by ksuter

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... first and was only going to approve me for 21 days. But in the end all was good. Luggage took forever, and in the Philippines lines and courtesy in line are often forgotten. After about 20 minutes we got close enough to the belt to see the luggage and ...

Clarity, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Clarity

A travel blog entry by karen.gironr

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We drove all the way back to Manila to see John Mayer live. It was a 13 hour trip that started at 5 am to get here, with a live chicken (Mark decided to call her Chiquita!) and for me, excitement bubbling inside. Now, I'm at friendly’s, ready to ...

Hi from Manila Philippines, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Hi from Manila Philippines

A travel blog entry by mlerch

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... is located to the east of Vietnam and south of Taiwan and China and north of Indonesia. The Philippines consist of 7,000 islands. The capital is Manila and it is located on the largest island. The population is 20 million while the population for the ...

Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manila

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel

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... golf course owners). Quite unique indeed. And so after five and a half weeks it was time to say good-bye to the Philippines. It was a real highlight. The country has so much to offer from fantastic beaches, to a lively underwater world to the rice ...

Mouse in the House, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Mouse in the House

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... class lounge to sit and wait for my plane.             I have flown out of Manila twice before and both times we have gone to the "transit" lounge where for a small fee, you can get in and have a ...

Meeting more mates in Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Meeting more mates in Manila

A travel blog entry by paul_karen

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... has truly won us over and I'm sure we will be back again. So many things come to mind when I think about the Philippines. Amazing beaches, fabulous diving, the mighty jeepney, tricycles, smiles, crazy driving, awe-inspiring rice terraces, palm trees, palm ...

Took the Midnight Train Going Anywhere, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Took the Midnight Train Going Anywhere

A travel blog entry by 1stclasscamping

... don’t like to be stuck somewhere. I like to be able to go around and be free and do what I want to do. So this manila trip is a nice distraction from the monotony. So, like I said, we (Me and Eddie) took a midnight flight from Jakarta (the ...

Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manila

A travel blog entry by ldp

Manila - meeting up w/Arriane, partying with Will, playing poker at the Manila Club, Malls, Rizal Park, High Rollin' at Manila ...

Manila, Philippines, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Manila, Philippines

A travel blog entry by cynjohn

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... on the Philippinos during the war--he said he's seen the movie, Holocaust, and there were equally horrible happenings in the Philippines. With there being some Japanese currently running for office, he said: 'Some people think we have short memories, but ...

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