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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to a different part of the world to see how other people live. I saw families working together to rebuild homes. I saw children inventing games for themselves to keep entertained. I saw students walking home from school in uniforms. Cows, chickens and pigs grazing in the lawns. This was real life and it was a simple and beautiful life. I feel grateful to be able to experience life in so many different parts of the world and encourage others to do the same.
... and take a picture. Almost surprised the driver doesnt get out and try to charge us money for the privilege. In contrast to yesterday when we get to this point it is fabulous sunshine, and Leah has to get the suntan lotion out in case she is incinerated. I am blessed with a darker complexion so I ride it out. Stop to photo a statue, and a women who is clearly sleeping in the park hits a small child and then angrily throws her flip-flop at it. We leave before I start ...
... end of Epifanio de los Santos Avenue. The mall attracts a daily average foot traffic of about 200,000 people. SM Mall of Asia's reign of being the largest shopping mall in the Philippines from 2006, was taken over by SM City North EDSA when it was redeveloped in 2008, relegating SM Mall of Asia to ...
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 met up with Eugene at our destination platform. Going there was not bad at all but coming back, the train was very cramped and I was glad to be on a female train. At the Country Office, we received more orientations on the surveillance of vaccine preventable diseases, and we also got a crash course on the (geo) structure of the health system - I am still ...