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... start our drive back to Tatay's house over 6 hours away. I'm able to get in touch with my cousin Marlynn and we pick her up on the way to Tatay's house. I think she was as excited to meet me as I was to meet her in person. We talk about what I've done so far and what else I would like to see or do. She talks about stuff she did with auntie Neneng when she was visiting the Philippines and she talks to uncle in Tagalog for awhile ...
... we may have gone back a few times) and some good Filipino food. We also had some nice creeps and bagels on the beach for breakfast. We then headed back to Manila before our flight over to Los Angeles, which brought the Asia leg of our trip to an end. We've really enjoyed Asia with so many highlights, however we preferred the Philippines to anywhere else due to its natural beauty. We're really looking forward to visiting the US and then heading down to South ...
... was bad and I couldn't contact my friends in PH. Furthermost, there was nothing special but an ice-skating rink, which didn't interest me. For those reasons, I couldn't enjoy MOA so much.
My last stop was Baclaran. There was only one reason to go there: balut. I had tried it in 2008, but I couldn't eat it up at the time. So this time, I definitely needed to prove my bravery (lol). I bought two eggs just in case that ...
I'm an uncomfortable tourist. Taking out my cell phone to take a picture not only draws attention to me (as if being pasty white and a relative giant wasn't enough), but it also feels a little elitist.
"You there, carry on with your day while I capture it for my own enjoyment."
"And you, the things that are normal to you I think are silly and I wish to share it with my friends."
... past so much poverty all the time right beside modern malls, restaurants and buildings. Such a juxtaposition.
This morning we slept in again, this time to almost noon. We headed out this afternoon to the historical area of town, Intramuros. It's an old walled city dating back to the early 1600s when the Spanish settled here. We decided that even though cabs are super cheap here, we'd get the real "feel" of the city by ...