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... my cousin lied and told everyone that I was some sort of education official (which was not plausible at all considering how I was dressed), but magically everyone believed him. The looks of terror on those poor teacher's faces as I tried to enter their rooms was comical to say the least. They each begged me to come back at a later point in the day, but finally someone gave in and let me watch her class. I really respect the fact that they're able to teach under the ...
... So after some shops and some food we moved on to a bit more of real Manila. When I say real Manila, I mean traffic... Again... Every country we go to seems to give a new and very different definition to the word traffic. Other Manila sights included some parks and a cool light show. Nothing much else to report particularly though to be honest. We spent a long time in traffic! Deano & Webby - I think we are still in the traffic! ...
Thanks for all the prayers, guys, I'm doing much better. I've been getting more sleep (nearly 10 hours Saturday into Sunday!) and I have changed my diet a little. As long as I don't buy any more lumpy gazpacho from "cash only" street vendors, I'll feel like everything will shake out.
Today, I went to Manila Bay with some folks from work hoping to catch an ocean sunset. What we got was more of a hazy vanishing act, but it was ...
... were made into those things that don't add value to a nation's economy and the Philippines is now one of the poorer of Asian nations.
The Philippines was under the rule of Spanish for more than 350 years from the time of Magellan to secession and purchase by the United States when it became an American possession. So, the saying is that the Philippines was in a Spanish convent for 350 years and then in Hollywood for the next 50. Hmmmm...
Corregidor tomorrow. ...
... the dorm room on my way to the common area where Katelyn and I were going to plan the rest of our time in the Philippines. And who do I cross paths with? I start screaming for Katelyn to "come here right now! Guess who's here! GUESS WHO'S HERE!" So she rounds the corner, screams, and gives poor startled David a big bear hug. It was one of those awesome moments when the saying "ask and you shall receive" is so accurate. The three of us caught up that night ...
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