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... pulls up this time every single day, so of course they are going to be waiting there.
When I arrived at pink Manila. One of the guys working there let me and another guy stay the night for free because it was nearly morning anyway. He told us to sleep on the sofas which was actually really nice and comfortable. We fell asleep watching tv.
In the morning I decided to head to Taal volcano which is 60km South of Manila. I was talking to Andrea and ...
... control that I realised that i had left my trouser belt in the tray back in security. SH**!! There was no way I was going to be able to manage a day of travelling with my jeans around my ankles!
As I wandered around the duty free looking for a new belt it occurred to me that I might have had more beers than I had initially thought. Three at Golden bar, two in Soi C, two or three in Hilary II - This, I decided , was the root cause of my ...
... was divine. I love the sunflower seeds and the
crispy noodles. One serving definitely will not be enough because you
will ask for more. Homemade dressings are available for sale and we
bought one. ;)
The Crispy Tawilis was definitely crunchy. It tasted well with vinegar
and "atsara". It's wasn't salty. Just the way I like it.
The Bulalo was huge. The attendant was right. ...
... the Philippines. In a former round from last year, an entirely new church of about 20 has formed on the island of Cebu. They come week after week and look forward to being with one another, The Filipinos have done well with this and we are hopeful that this model will be replicated elsewhere.
I deeply appreciated meeting our elders Raul Villacote and Jose Campos who both live on Leyte. They oversee a number of congregations on Leyte as well as Cebu, ...
... none would take a card. So back I head, back out of the departure area, in a total panic. I tried all the ATMs again. The bank was 'closed' and told me to go away. But one last attempt and suddenly one of my cards worked. Thank god! There are apparently no ATMs in Coron (or El Nido, where I am heading to next). So I've had to budget how much I think I might need. Well, at the moment I'm grateful that I at least have ...