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... storm off to buy it from a different stall all indignantly. Anyway, I now have a "Despicable Me Minion", flappy eared hat. I will be starting a new blog entry for me in hat in stupid places. I am not however going to be able to retrofit the hat into places we've been today or previously. Great wall of china would have been amazing....San Agustins church would have been pretty funny Head to the bay for better sunset earlier than yesterday and it isn't disappointing. Wander up ...
... a middle of a golf course, to my dismay. It kind of made me sad that they would take a piece of this history and build a golf course around it... owell, I guess.
After touring Intramuros, we headed across the street to Fort Santiago. Fort Santiago was basically the defense fortress that was built to protect Intramuros and was originally built by the Spanish. This was also the site where the Philippine national hero, Jose Rizal, was imprisoned ...
One week in Manila with two days on field prep, and four days serving two communities. What can I say? A big WOW to Gods miraculous healing work! Through him we were able to help 2000 people in Pasig and Caloocan. All praises to Him for also sustaining the entire team, both Melbourne volunteers and local volunteers. We had 5 doctors, 7 dentists and 2 optometrists and many helping hands to help with registrations, meals, prayer and the kids group.
... and that includes God's supernatural provision. I will not make an idol out of this trip.
As I prepare to board in a couple of minutes (excited!), I know I'm gonna enjoy the places we're going to visit. I'm gonna soak as much culture and history as I can. My forecast: I'll be back for more. It's also gonna be an awesome time bonding with my parents.
With that said, I'm gonna run. Arrivederci!
... booth about taxis - she recommended the ones that charge a fixed fare, not the metered ones.
A guy waived a price list at me as I left the terminal indicating the fixed price to Manila was 950 pesos. I said that seemed high as I read somewhere that it was around 450. I eventually got it for 800 but probably still got ripped off.
The driver told me their had been a typhoon last night and there's still some rain around, but not nearly as heavy as it was ...