AIM Conference Center Manila
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This used to be my playground.
The hustle in Manila is twice as hard as I remembered and the drivers here are nuts and incredibly talented.
M. Reyes street is so different now. There are lots of new people that have settled here, there's a new mini store across the road, and the stores I grew up visiting are now closed. Kinda sad.
I was drained and sick when we touched down Manila.
My fabulous cousin Ate ...
... view of the location or city streets. There is lots of construction going on right outside my hotel, so I'm nervous about the noise during the daytime. I'll be working 9pm-6am, so I'll need to be able to sleep soundly during daylight hours. The bedroom appears to have some nice room darkening shades.
I started to unpack and realize ...
... to take me back so I decided to walk across Roxas Boulevard to the jeepney stop and got a ride back for 8 pesos!.
I took a walk to the bay before returning to my hotel and took another picture of The U.S. Embassy (I do'nt like being told that I cant!!!!) The rocks on the other side of the wall which runs along the bay become home to many families in the evening and street people begin moving there, and to the grass ...
... 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 ...
... flows all around my room. I am surrounded by the glorious sounds of simple living and happy people. I am slightly overwhelmed and in awe at how these people have got back on their feet... Would it be the same in England? The children here are adorable and constantly talk to me - asking silly questions. They are inevitably cute and I love it. I am completely immersed by the local life a these are the most real experiences I have had so far in the Philippines. It's what I came ...