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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAscott Makati
This hotel has a good location, the rooms are equipped, is decorated in classic style, very nice.
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... in large chunks. Gayle said the Filipinos do not use knives, but instead a spoon to cut food with…so that’s what I did. Not as easy as using a knife, but it worked. I’m just grateful that I’m not expected to use chopsticks. Although there are trash cans in the restaurants, customers do not throw away their own trash at “fast food” restaurants. It’s customary to leave your trash on ...
... that serves Canadian comfort foods. I had a great hamburger...best I have ever had I think.
After dinner we headed to the Katherines to drop them off and hang out there for a while. They live in a kind of a squatters area where many military families live. Kind of run down, it was really really hot. We got back into the van and headed to Makati for the hotel.
Back to the new Holiday Inn and we were up a couple floors ...
Today I was in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. We woke up to a rather unpleasant smell and taste in our mouths, looking outside there was a layer of smog lying on the city. We were feeling rather skeptical about even getting off today. However, I volunteered to be a tour escort for the "Tagaytay" tour. Basically, a 7 hour tour out of Manila up to the countryside, also named as the honeymoon retreat for the Philippine people. I ...
... than other charities at the minute. Exchange rate is good in this part of the world and these guys are truly ******. We'll be handing out whatever budget we don't spend on Monday to the streetfolk in the area. More than 25% of the population of the Phipz is allegedly in poverty. We count 4 people sleeping rough before we get to the first bar, and some of them are young children. It's tough to walk past it when we're fairly well off Leah ordered up an apple San Miguel. Is very ...
... picked us up at noon. It took the good part of an hour to get to the Church location driving on the EDSA...the "speedy" way there that is choked with buses and other traffic. In Manila you just have to get used to poking along with the slow flow.
I'm really liking the wearing of the barong. It's loose, comfortable, acceptable. I wish we could wear this kind of clothing back home. You can't wrong with ...