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... with the guitarist and his drummer. He sang Champagne Supernova without really even knowing the song, but he finished it nonetheless, with integrity and grits! He started the wave of singers who had uhmm high level confidence and not that high level of singing talent :D
Kuya Eric came up and sang a couple of songs as well. He's a good singer. I wanted to sing too but my throat was still gone-zo.
We stayed in Aurum One hotel, a 3 minute walk from ...
... are exposed to the realities of living below poverty levels. Money is not advised to give because it sets a precedent for future visits. Likewise, massive relief goods are not given either because it can often lead to chaos.
We began our tour by stopping at the local bakery. I ended up buying 200 pieces of bread to distribute. It cost me 450 PHP (roughly $10 US). This was meant to feed up to 200 people. ...
... and huge plinths naming every serviceman killed or missing in action (naval, army & air force all included) that i was then able to appreciate what a poignant and moving place it actually is. From there i then walked down McKinley Road and into Makati. This is home to a plethora of high rises; huge shopping malls; restaurants and bars. It’s all sparklingly clean, fancy and upmarket and a total contrast to downtown Manila which is decidedly grubby in ...
Had to be up early for our 8:00 a.m. transfer to the LCC Terminal. We were with other tourists inside a Toyota Hiace. The trip to the airport reminded me of taking the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX). No stupid tarps of politicians or other products. I liked the way the highway was managed. Playing during the trip was Ace of Base from a Malaysian FM station.
Arrived a bit early. We ...
... bit too busy for my week of (relative) relaxation. So here I am, writing from the Manila airport. I'm waiting to catch my next flight to Puerto Princesa on the island of Palawan, where I'll spend the night and wake up early to catch the 6 hour bus to El Nido. I've heard only good things about El Nido, and my agenda is largely comprised of snorkeling, hiking, and reading, which all seem good to me.
I was a little anxious when I left ...