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Today is dry hot and very windy. Had breakfast with a lady who is doing the whole trip on her own and a chap from Sydney who joined in Sydney and is going as far as Singapore. Had interesting conversation especially about the reef. Alan (the Aussie) said the whole thing is too commercialised and it very much depends on where you are as to what you see. Cynthia (the lady travelling alone) wondered why there was such a lack of colour and asked ...
Ambos Mundos is the oldest existing restaurant in the Philippines since 1888 that serves Spanish Cuisine fusion with Filipino taste bud, I was hesitant at first to go there due to the fact that it is located in a very congested area at downtown Manila,but given the fact that its title is "oldest" it maybe worth dining.
Upon entry one can notice the two boar in both side of ...
... about language barriers and about not having ordered any foreign currency, but it seems American dollars are hot here, and there is no shortage of ways to change money. Hopefully I won't need to exchange any more- even in the airport, everything seems cheaper. I'm actually quite surprised at the sophistication of this small domestic flight terminal- there are tons of restaurants and cafes to choose from, ranging from japanese ramen and ...
... from the streets. Normal stay is around 2 years, then depending on how the girls go in their government exams, they are referred onto a relevant centre (eg. for intelligent girls they can move to one which focuses on college education). Two girls who had been referred from Tahanan to St Mary's centre had both requested to leave to return to the streets. Before the girls can be released, it is required that the referring centre be involved. As such, Ma'am Mercy invited me to ...
... We have arranged a nearby hotel to pick us up, so we stand outside, sweating in the moonlight. And as luck would have it, we get talking to an English chap who lives in the Philippines for 6 months of the year and has been coming here for 25 years. He advises us against the skeletal plans we have made and tells us to head to El Nido on the westerly island of Palawan. He is a most helpful and informative man. We know him only as Airportman.