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... security guy insisted I wait. He asked me for the third time what I was there for. I waited. A fourth time. I waited. The fifth time he asked me "do you want to look in the apartments?" I explained one more time. He understood and pointed me across the road. I must point out, at this point, I'm looking for the tourist information centre because my original plan to travel south from Manila, go to Palawan and get the boat to Sabbah (Malaysia), was thrown ...
... physically sick, and we lay awake in bed until our early morning flight. It couldn't come quickly enough.
I know people say that Manila grows on you, and we surely didn't have enough time to form much of an opinion; but I don't think anywhere has left such a negative impression on us around the world.
We have just over two weeks left, so with heavier hearts, it's time to move on.
Next stop: Nusa Lembongan, a little island off the coast of Bali!
... imported ingredients and it's 90%-97% fat free. My heart is beating so fast while choosing my order and there was a sales lady of Gelatissimo, smiling at me and give me some tips because I looked so confused. I love the fact that they're so energetic when they entertain us, their customers. However, they don't have set of tables for us to comfortably eat their yummy ice cream. In addition, the price is a little bit expensive that ranges ...
Thoroughly, I enjoyed my stay at the hotel. The staff were
all friendly and helpful. I got a room for a solo stay overnight and the room
sufficed for all my needs. The majority of the space in the room is taken up by
the bed and desk. That leaves enough room to move about. The air-conditioning
and hot water were great too. The room had no windows but that wasn’t a problem
for me. If ...
... this experience, my hand passed around the children as they excitedly paid their respects to me. After some polite conversations with the children, Butch gestured for us to continue walking. He literally is the real life pied piper of Divisoria Market...we walked, trailed by a dozen little ones. Due to security reasons, I was unable to bring my camera for fear of it being pick pocketed (one of the most prevalent crimes at the market) so I apologise that ...