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... grateful and courteous they all were. And what touched me the most was this group of small young boys who, as we were leaving, started to yell in their broken English, "Goodbye! See you tomorrow!"
I'm actually leaving tomorrow back to San Francisco. I'm not sure who, if anyone, will be back to feed them. The thought just breaks my heart. At least I walked away with a sense of making some small difference in their ...
... setting the sea wall and the sidewalk and gardens adjacent to it was filling up with street people who were staking their claim to some space for the night. People were getting ready to eat and sleep anywhere that they could lay their head. The levels of poverty in Manila is more acute than in any other city in the world that i have visited and it casts a shadow that affects your mood and general feeling ...
... that seem to be dotted around Manila, and to be honest I was pretty impressed. It was called the Green Belt and it lived up to its name - there were trees and grassy bits everywhere with a little lake in the middle. In the middle of the lake there was a little church where they held mass, and a surprising number of people attended. They're pretty religious, these Filipinos. Manila was also where we picked up some stray Canadian tag-alongs for the next week or so of ...
... chance, more nemos - Kayangan Lake - you have to walk up and down to get it, much warmer to swim in and lots of really deep areas where you can see the ongoing limestone until suddenly everything just stops and becomes more and more blue!, the 'bat' cave to view from is rather funky too... Day Two: Hired boat for Reefs and Wrecks with people I met the day before (the day I got adopted by a Chinese group of people!) <3 - East Tungat Wreck - - Pass Island - ...
... out there. I'm pretty sure my Mom will fall over when she hears that I ate bangus, but I figure… if I'm going to eat it, might as well eat it in the Philippines! Lunch also included si****ng again, rice and ended with a sweet mango… my favorite! YUM!
In an effort to get me out of the house and seeing things, my niece Marnie and her husband Ver took me out to see some of what Las Pinas has to offer! Our first stop was a church ...