Atrium Hotel Manila
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I fly Jet Star and land at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Pasay, Manila at noon and take a metered cab to Atrium Hotel, 15F Taft Centrale Exchange, Gil Puyat cor. Taft Avenue which I get through www.agoda.com. The hotel's lobby is on the 15th floor and the rooms above are arranged on opposite sides of the tower with void in the middle …
... on the sidewalk, next to beautiful Casa and Churches. We stepped through pile after pile of litter on the streets, barely inhaling the strange mixture of garbage odors, street food and stale human sweat and tasting our own sweat of the hot day in the urban jungle. The agony and beauty of living in the jungle of more and more houses, more and more people, more and more pollution.
Manila was ruled by Muslims when Spanish brushed them aside ...
... of the 'fine'. Suddenly the tone changes. Everything seems forgiven. The cop slips the bills in his pocket. Of course no ticket is written. He just sends us on our way. We feel abused. But this is a third world country alter all. We can only hope that the cop used the money to feed his family, instead of buying beer. We end the day exhausted from Manila traffic, and look forward to flying out of this town tomorrow morning. On to brighter pastures on ...
... met de schrijnende kant van deze grote stad: ontelbaar veel mensen lagen op stoep te slapen en ook de “rosse buurt”vrouwen met minirokjes waren van de partij. Na nog een paar uurtjes slapen reisden we alweer verder, met het vliegtuig op naar Cebu. Onderweg kregen we een voorproefje van de talloze eilanden die het land rijk is: witte stranden begrensden de eilandjes en de beroemde kleurschakeringen blauw in de zee eromheen. Het was even langs ons heengegaan dat ...
... knew there was westerners on the boat and where they were staying. Daniel, the guy in our room, said that we sounded like 'Harry Potter' which I guess isn't too wrong. After a rice dinner we arrived in Manila around 7.30 pm. Just under 24 hours from when we got on the boat. I may not want to go on a cruise but I effeminately prefer it to sleeper trains.
Next to Kuala ...
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