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After saying goodbye to them, we headed back for our last night in Olongapo. Late night goodbyes, and an early morning trip into Manila was the plan for the day. Uncle Andy and our cousin/driver, took us back to Manila, but this time we drove to the nice part of the city and met up with some family friends from good old NEWPORT!!! Carteret County, represent! Our friend Andy (not to be confused with my real uncle) had been staying in Makati with his fiance, Sheila, ...
... you love ones'...no....no.... Honesty is love... That's why you get these morons on these idol shows thinking they can sing. Home truths is love. Webby, don't sing... :) After some karaoke, we had the always plentiful Filipino dinner and then Eva told us there were some Christmas carollers in the street except in Philippines, they don't sing, they tend to dance instead. Its different but interesting. After that, small older kids came along and they did do some singing but there ...
... of war were forced into the infamous Bataan Death March.
... of old civilization during Spanish Time were preserved and mentained for the future generation(time to go back to the past).
(take note the famous Manila Cathedral and San Agustin church are here)
Last stop is The Rizal Park(Luneta Park). This is the place where Jose P. Rizal was executed. Nowadays Rizal Park is a favorite place for family bonding or just even to unwind in a very busy city.
Now… maybe it's your time to discover the ...
... is the smell, you can’t help but notice the number of people wearing hospital masks across their nose and mouth to hide from the smog that fills the city air. It seeps into you pores and eyes inflicting your body with the odor of the city. The smell is intoxicating. The heat and humidity blow into you next. The air is heavy with wet. It pounds on you like the endless wave of a fervor, the intensity of ...
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