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 ...
... busy, busy, busy and here it is 24/7 clubs bars and shops open all the time. Our Hostel is in a good spot if there is one in Manila which is 4 cities rolled into 1 so huge. The hostel is clean with good facilities but only here fir the night then tomorrow overnight ferry to ...
... front of the hotel where there is waiter service for drinks and food can be purchased in the restaurant, which is part of the same building. There are also numerous other places to eat in Salas Street, especially as the night draws in.
After a shower and a change of clothes I headed out to Manila Bay to see the fast approaching sunset and get a picture of The U.S. Embassy. Crossing Roxas Boulevard ...
... 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 ...
... slightly, but the reality of the storm began to rise. In those next 100 meters we saw two of the first victims who's lives were taken by the storm, their bodies covered with a blanket. It was something I never imagined I would see along the streets of Tacloban.
When we approached Bliss I was searching for the usual back entrance of my past host family's property, but before I knew it the yellow arches were right before me, with nothing around them I recognized. ...