Joya Lofts & Towers
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
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... intact and only slightly rattled. The park is huge and full of statues of Philippine national heroes, and very impressive they are, it is a shame the up keep of the park isn't! It's not so much dirty as unkempt, with water features without water and a general feel of neglect. I certainly wouldn't want to walk through there at night. We reached the Manila Bay end of the park and walked South along the much proclaimed Bay Walk. Quite frankly ...
... I told her that I was at a hotel a few blocks away, she asked, "da Pairmont?" I lied and said yes. Her eyes lit up so widely, that I could almost see $ signs in them. For those of you who are not aware, people who stay at the Fairmont Hotel, especially in Manila, aren't poor. She quickly responded, "Ok, I'll go back with you!"
I had never interacted with local Filipina girls in a social setting before. I've always known them to be bashful, conservative, and ...
... TV, we missed it live this morning at 10 Decided we're going to go to the 5:30 Beatles show, they're doing three shows tonight in Carmen's, three because it's a smaller venue. So we'll go to the early time and then eat afterwards. Show was great, much better than last night, they did the old stuff and they were dressed correct. Last night they had the Sgt Peppers stuff on and the guy taking Ringo's part had a wig and false moustache on. I spent all ...
... I thought it was karma for the free ride i got earlier, however it just wasn't. I got in a jeepney heading up the hill and waited for it to fill a bit more. After about 15 minutes of these guys chatting to me about England they said instead of paying the usual P35/40 the four of us travelling that way have to pay P150 each because there's not enough people. So i'm like no, i'll just wait. Then a woman also waiting gives the man the P300 for two people. And me, knowing this would ...
... was upstairs in a private dining area. We had some lunch and tried to figure out our itinerary for visiting Loaog, the town closest to where Juan grew up. The price to get there had risen dramatically, it was around $10 per one-way ticket before we enbarked on this trip but was now well past $100 US. We looked through guide books, maps, and plane ticket prices to figure out if busing it would be better, hitting the rice fields of Baguio along ...