Berjaya Makati Hotel - Philippines
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... to Cafe Adriatico where I drank an SMB and reflected on the day and the whole trip as this was my last night in Asia before returning to the UK and work.
In the evening I returned to G Point where one of the drummers from Toto was introduced to me. The live music was very good as always and there was plenty of dancing. I took a taxi to NAIA Terminal Two at about three in the morning and began the long flight home.
... of unknown worth to me, a plastic stool or a single 2 liter of Coca Cola.
As we approached Robsinson's it was clear already that our city would never be the same. Whole walls were demolished, cars windows were blown out, and peering in to the second floor I could see that some of the upper floor had collapsed, crushing the stores below.
Just before the round about which divides all the cities major areas, we stopped in the middle of the road and sat on ...
... San Miguel, Red Horse
Strangest Things to happen
· Children sniffing paint from a bag just as we were arriving from the airport
· Neil got hit on and followed by a guy
· People call you by saying "psssst" in the street
Leesons Residence - $27 a night in an area called Malate aka to us “the ghetto”. Hotel ...
... which makes the city look nothing like Singapore. Even in the chic business district of Makati, there are several homeless people living on the sidewalks. The worst thing, however, is to see all the poor and homeless kids, who beg for money (which is not going to help them) and sleep in the dirt right in front of expensive places. Already on day one of my stay in Manila, I have probably given away my half-empty water bottle to poor kids five times.