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... of us knew, plus I didn't feel like wasting money. We don't stay for all the matches as cock fighting isn't for me.
Since we were passing the cemetery that my Uncle Rafael was at, Beverly asked if I wanted to visit the grave. I accepted as this is the last grave that I need to pay my respects to while in the Philippines.
We head back in time for dinner and a chance to play with the kids before bedtime.
... a TV ( showing a film with Arnie Schwarzenegger in it) and free wifi! There were also numerous people getting on and off at various places selling food. Hot Dogs, sausages on sticks, pork scratchings and corn on the cob. The corn was so delicious and only 35 peso's. A lot healthier than hot dogs!
We had 2 comfort stops and the toilet facilities were good, You can see the American influence everywhere from the toilets to the signs and everyone speaks good English. All the signs ...
... years old (but he is known to exaggerate just a wee bit), has nothing good to say about the 'tin box', and by the time we arrive at the hotel to pick up Audrey and the other kids, has already given the bus the nick name TinTin.
Well, TinTin has lots of room for us 6, including the duffel bags and the hockey sticks!
We head out just as the rush hour reaches its peak. What a zoo. Patience is the only way to keep your sanity.
We drive north out of Manila, hitting ...
... shows for the kids, and you could even buy a dive in the tank with sharks for P995 ($23)...we just went to the aquarium though. We saw a number of new fish we had never seen before. We spent most of the day just at the aquarium. It was well worth the price of P400. Then we did a little shopping at the Robinson's Mall, a huge shopping mall with a main building and two wings each with four floors...we kept getting lost in this mall. We tried ...
... never arose. Baguio is a nice little mountain city with wonderfully cool weather.
I acquired an annoying kiwi in his 50s at the bus terminal which I didn’t manage to shake until the next morning. He talked endlessly about the Christchurch earthquakes for about an hour while we wandered the city checking out different lodging options. I indulged him and we went to a vegetarian restaurant at ...