Acacia Hotel Manila
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but was actually quite manageable. I needed someone to take over my lease: boom, someone takes it over two weeks before I leave. I need to get my credits for school figured out:boom, three days before I leave. I need to get a visa: boom three days before I leave. I need to find somewhere to live: boom, 18hrs. before I leave.
God had granted me and my parents an unexplained peace about this whole situation. I went to church the Sunday, I was ...
... and the result of the wind and water left a huge area of the Visayas region lookikng like an atomic bomb went off. Everything was destroyed and those left living had to survive for days with little or no water or food amidst decaying bodies and no sanitation or medical help.
There has been a huge relief effort with worldwide support but the help is slow to arrive due to ...
... this place was huge! It had an ice rink in the middle of it, a full size gig venue and the largest IMAX in most of Asia! It was a lovely change from the market though and after some relaxed air conditioned shopping we had some pizza and headed back to the hotel to figure out how the hell to pack all our new clothes! And that brings us up to today, when we boarded a plane and are on our way to Singapore before connecting onwards to Auckland. Manila was crazy, ...
... the reunion at Michelle's house. Amazing house. We had amazing dinner. Chicken skewers, homemade calamari, etc. great conversation. We met Michelle's mother, amazing woman. She showed us the house. Took pictures. We then went home and went to bed. Amazing night. ...
... the trees of coffee beans. They showed us Black Pepper, Coffee, Coconuts, the river where they bathe and do their washing, a shy plant, lemon grass and lots more. We helped them take the coffee beans off the tree, which were collected in a big net. The get paid for doing this. After, Ramir showed us his skills, climbing to the top of the coconut tree, and bought down a huge bunch of coconuts for us to drink from. Before we left there was enough time to ...