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... learn a lot about each others toilet habits. It's not in the least bit sexy but somehow (after spending so much time together and eventually running out of genuinely interesting things to say) it becomes a hot topic of conversation. The enquiry "good poo?" has been uttered more than once on this trip. When we got to the ninth floor of the hostel building (we took the lift, obviously) there was one more and we had arrived. We were shown to our room and as the place looked like ...
... br> Explaining my intentions for my bags proved to be a job in itself and after about a 30 minute wild goose chase around the smallish, shabby airport I finally managed to deposit my bags with a lady who told me that a typhoon was coming and blew out her cheeks. Great. Not much I could do about that so I joined a taxi queue and informed the taxi coordinator chap that I would like to be taken to a bar. No problem he replied, ask driver. My driver turned out to be a ...
... no test required. He commented with a laugh that even a blind man can become a taxi driver! Many don’t read or write English well and can’t read the signs which are mostly in English. That explains a lot of what I see every day!
I needed to get out and explore more of Manila, so I took a 45 minute taxi ride on Sunday to the Manila Ocean Park. It’s an aquarium with lots of interactive exhibits and ...
... Just up a ladder was a loft with room for two single beds with lots of extra room for our stuff. We were steps away from the beach in station 2. The main beach is divided into 3 stations; station 2 being right smack in the middle of all the action. Our fist day here was the last day of the Easter holiday. This is usually the busiest time of yr. The night life was pretty bumping; many singers at restaurants/bars, fire dancers, clubs on the beach and lights & music everywhere. Many of ...
... was open to the public!. The park was shady, cooler and humid and provides a haven for small birds. The park borders the Pasig River which could be smelt before it was seen. The stench of the river was overpowering. I have never seen a dead river like this and it was very sad to witness, the water is black and even the floating wter hyacinths which abound in rivers like the Chao Phraya in Bangkok were struggling to hold on to ...