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... my friend!!!....hello friend"...everyone looks to where he is pointing (me included...looking behind me on either side!) and the crowd parts as he walks towards me "my beautiful friend, I'm so pleased you have come to join us"....by this stage I am now on the microphone with hundreds of Filipino people smiling and nodding at me. Well, I just rolled with it...(what else could I do?!) Mon: "so pleased to see you too!" Presenter: "wow, how long has it been? Two years?? We met two years ...
... for a look at old Manila and to see Fort Santiago. At dusk to headed to Rizal park to see the new water, fire and light show which they have every day from 6-10 in the park - free for everyone. We went to the Philippine and Chinese Cemeteries which gave us a sense of just how much money people spend on the dead - some of these musoleums were bigger than our houses - more grand and even had a caretaker. Yes is was creepy walking around them and I ...
... with awful attitude - then we stocked up on reading materials at "Fully Booked" at GreenBelt4.
Interesting cultural experience: When I was at the hair salon, there was an in-store announcement that it was time for the 3pm prayer. Everyone stopped whatever they were doing, blowdryers went off, the vacuum-cleaner fell silent, and... I sat with my neck awkwardly arched backwards at the sink. The person ...
... and several other islands en route to Manila. We landed on Runway 6 at 5:31 and arrived at Gate 113 (Terminal 3) a dozen minutes late at 5:37.
Passengers disembarked through the jetway but then were directed down the stairs to the ramp, where we boarded a bus to the arrivals hall. Hmmmm, that’s weird. I claimed my luggage and headed outside to find the shuttle bus to Terminal 1 to check in with United for the rest of my trip ...
... high birth rates and no contraception. Altho’ not the norm, some families here have as many as twelve children. Most children appear healthy but only eat small quantities of non-nutritious food, with little immunity to infectious diseases. And with an ever-increasing number of migrants coming in to Manila (from the rural provinces) hoping to find work, there's just not enough work for everyone.
Being as well known and liked as he is for his ...
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