Kabayan Hotel Cubao
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Breakfast of noodles,rice,beans,coffee in the hotel.
Walk to the Filipinp market and bought t shirts from a Filipina young lady.
Flew Air Asia,a budget airline to Clark Airbase ,Philippines.
The plane was an Airbus #00 and took 2hours..
Pick up bu Onong,Kristi and Roland in the airport
Ate palabok along the way.
Had a sumptous dinner in Sta Catalina house in Quezon City.
... life that I had drunk a bottle of beer (there was no wine or coolers available) and I was pleasantly surprised by the taste (not too strong)
I had the absolute pleasure to make friends with a little local boy (5years old) whose mum worked at the shop/restaurant and he sat next to me (tentatively and at a distance at first) but would watch my every move sneakily out of the corner of his eye and would not leave my side even when I bought him an ice cream he sat right ...
... through the jungle to the mouth of the river. We had read about a path that was fairly hard going, but only just over 5km long. We were told the walk should take about two hours, which seemed ridiculous for 5km and we were sure we’d do it in about an hour. I would be very curious to know who decided it was 5km and exactly how they measured it! I think they probably sat on the beach drinking rum and worked out some vague calculation from the amount of trees they could see ...
... 8220;That is the cause of this jam! And it is a sign of corruption in this city.” The stall in question, looked innocent enough, but it was its position that had irked Joe so much, located right on the intersection, jutting out into the road, blocking off almost one lane of traffic. “The vendor who runs the stall will pay the police one hundred pisos to leave him alone and the policeman will take the money. You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours. But ...