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Travel Blogs from Manila
Just to let you all know that we have been in the Philippines since the 16th of July! Internet connection is not very good so hard to keep this updated so please bare with us!
We spent two nights in Angeles, and have spent one night in Manila followed by another tonight before we get on a plane early tomorrow morning to head to the north of the Philippines, to Pamplona where Amy's house is! So we will really ...
... happy to be in Manila. This was Juan's first time back since he left as a 17 year old. 47 years brings a lot of change and you could see it on his face. It made my day to hear "Howzit Ben?" because I love it when he says that phrase. We showed the family to their room and we got ready to go get some dinner, they were starving.
We hopped in the Fortuner and went to an eating area near The Mall of Asia, the largest mall on this ...
... if you picked it up and sang it would sing with you! He was found one day laying down with his head in the food bowl eating! We walked 2 puppies on the first day who we fell in love with - apparently they were being adopted soon =] The second day Holly walked an aggressive to other dogs dalmatian, and Beth walked a super active street dog - a mut! Beths dog was so cute but had her running all over the palce - she was ...
... fortress, the main sights are Fort Santiago, San Augustin church and parts of the walled city which overlooks a golf course (which I find rather bizarre). It took 2.5 hours to complete the tour but I blew 1400 php for his toiling efforts. If you are looking for cheap eats, look no further than the strip of food stalls facing one of the four universities located within Intramuros. A local deli lunch of rice with meat and vegetables for 80 php.
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... the streets of the cemetery, Ivan told us stories of the deceased and introduced us to Chinese culture and superstition. Many of the tombs included space for the husband along with space for one, two or three wives and mistresses since this was accepted in Chinese society. Ivan also introduced us to the practice of burning paper, called Kim, as a means of honoring one’s ancestors with offerings. He showed us the proper way to fold ...
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Other places to stay in Manila
101 Dela Rose Street, Legaspi Village, Makati, Manila | 3 star condofrom $66
108 Benavidez Street, Legaspi Village, Manila | 3 star condofrom $58
1011 A. Manibi, Ermita, Manila | Condofrom $36
130 Amorsolo St., Makati City, Manila | Condofrom $91
264 EDSA Extension, Manila | Condofrom $53
Malate, Manila | 2 star condofrom $20
Rerouting: Enter the driveway in front of Mother Ignacia corner Remedios. In front of Cowboy Grill, Manila | 3 star condofrom $45
San Andres, Manila | 7 star condofrom $58
2126 Mabini Street, Manila | Condofrom $67