Salem Domestic Guesthouse, Pasay
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... could be learnt by all. It was pretty interesting, there seemed to be several tiers of command all reporting back to the bridge. Smooth I would say. Went to camera club, listened to a talk on flash photography (glad we are in Hong Kong soon) I so need a flash gun. Will check out the prices. The weather isn't too good as I mentioned so not much use for the camera, I may take a stroll around the deck see what I can find. Well what do you know?? ...
... it is now closed but its remaining facade still an important historical landmark it was built during 1930's in an art deco style that was a popular design of theater worldwide during 1930's and 1940's now small commercial establishment are using the remains of this Theater.
... creepy. Although, the Philippines has a relatively high kidnap vs. journalist ratio, so maybe creepy is better than kidnapped.
When we finally made it back to the restaurant an hour later, they were serving number 8. I don't know what goes on inside the Viking, but it must be pretty sweet because folks ain't leaving. So, we skipped the Viking and went to a place about a quarter mile down the road called Buffet 101 ...
... them away to rule over them, our elders have held firm and realized and articulated how wrong and unethical this blatant conscionsless violation of God's people this has been. We have all appreciated what God has done and built in the Philippines and we are building on that platform.
The Philippines has done better in Kingdom of God Bible Seminars than other nation in the world. In the last round of seminars, the seven of the top ten responses in the world ...
... of orientation, a group of us walked down the same route as my morning walk to the Manila marina (slightly less eventful this time round!!). There are some great bars/restaurants along the waterfront, so we spent the late avo/evening soaking up the famous Manila sunset. This time I did have the camera!! Beer towers, 18inch pizzas and a playlist that resembled the mixed tapes I made in form one...brilliant night. Topped off by dancing up a storm at live cover band show just down the ...