Mabini Mansion Manila
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Nice staff though and cheap. Room was big and had our own kitchen. Shower wasn't bad
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... time to find out where we are and which road I want to head down. I'm going directly to the immigration office with the hope I can get my visa this afternoon and head straight out of Manila on an overnight bus.
I walk along the road for about half an hour on my own (pepper spray in hand as I haven’t worked out the risk factor yet) and eventually I am guided to the jeepney I want. I did find that my backpack on my back had been opened a little bit by someone when ...
... Church and Convent which used to be originally the house of the Franciscans in 1891 who had a church built the year after.
From here we went to the St. Agustin Church and Museum which had an admission fee (PHP 200 per person, no student discount). Since we were short on cash by then we decided to skip it.
Then to the Manila Cathedral where Tez wasn´t allowed to get in because her shoulders and knees were uncovered, but they let us have a look at the interiors ...
... then it started to get a little nauseating. Surprisingly the movie itself was pretty good if you can look past the fact that everyone except the Rock had an English accent. I think he’s bigger now than when he was wrestling. Unless it was CGI, he’s huge!
I had to go to the pharmacy to get some shaving cream and I found it interesting that all their creams and lotions include a skin whitening solution. According to ...
... my happiest and most exciting visits ever.
For the most part, the
Ship's management team did a wonderful job in the planning and
preparation for our ship's arrival in Manila so the Filipino crew
could take some time off and be with their family even if only for a
short while. Most of the Filipino crew brought their kids and wives
on the ship and they were able to see where Daddy or Mommy work.
Another surprise for us was ...
... learn that I wasn't a completely fussy person. My Uncle even promised to teach me house to drive the jeepney whenever I go back! I met so many neat people...but it's definitely a different way of life that I couldn't sustain for the long haul. There were a few Americans though that were known in town because they had chosen to relocate and adopt the province way of life. I'm flexible, but I'm not that hardy!
Next time...second round in Olongapo