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... seen a few sleeping with a smile on their face. One of my ex-girlfriends had always told me to smile more often. I always thought that I needed a reason to smile. I have to admit that she was right all along - I really should be smiling more often.
Tomorrow I leave for Panay Island to begin my service work. I look forward to sharing with you my life changing experiences from there.
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... of times we just passed down the 3LE and nothing more was said.
I got off at what I thought was Intramuros. Went to find a toilet and something to eat. Found a little Filipino cafe. Asked if they had any vegetarian food or fish. They showed me some fish which, quite frankly, looked disgusting. I felt bad turning my nose up so said I'd take a portion. I sat down and (tentatively) took my first bite. It. Was. Delicious. And what's more it only cost 50 ...
... So after some shops and some food we moved on to a bit more of real Manila. When I say real Manila, I mean traffic... Again... Every country we go to seems to give a new and very different definition to the word traffic. Other Manila sights included some parks and a cool light show. Nothing much else to report particularly though to be honest. We spent a long time in traffic! Deano & Webby - I think we are still in the traffic! ...
... was now more delayed with no real definite time given. This added to the aggravation of a harried crowed check in where for the first time we were forced to pay for "excess" baggage. The rules from clerk to another seem to vary and this one talked like a robot with whom there was no reasoning. So, we paid. Not reallya lot but I hate to pay this. Air travel has become much more restrictive as to how much you can carry as airlines all around the world ...
... we visited a WW2 museum, run by a Mr. Mendoza who had a lot of interesting memorabilia and gave us a personal tour. Next stop was The Immaculate Conception Church a presence established by early Spanish settlers. Bakers Hill saw us visiting the Governors Palace and posing for photos. They wanted to take us to a place we could zip line across the tree tops, but we declined so we went to a place they weaved fibers into place mats bags and other products. Both Mary Ann and ...