Berjaya Makati Hotel - Philippines
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... laid back feeling and overall vibe was so special here. For about $80 a night we had our toes in the sand from the moment we walked down our steps from our beach bungalow and throughout the day. We ate our meals on the beach...fresh fish, coconuts, juices. Live music at our tiki bar each night and the prettiest blue sea as the backdrop for our wonderful week.
What attracted us to Bohol was the opportunity to see more of the nature and countryside ...
... So after some shops and some food we moved on to a bit more of real Manila. When I say real Manila, I mean traffic... Again... Every country we go to seems to give a new and very different definition to the word traffic. Other Manila sights included some parks and a cool light show. Nothing much else to report particularly though to be honest. We spent a long time in traffic! Deano & Webby - I think we are still in the traffic! ...
... to say they would not marry but study for 5 years and help him with the family (he has all older daughters and some younger sons – 7 in all). After this talkative ride, ended up back at the condo for lunch.
In the afternoon we hit MOA, or Mall of Asia. This is the 3rd largest shopping mall in Asia, and the 4th in the world. Hit some shops and got some stuff, and also got some ice cream from Dairy ...
... Miserables. By the end of the movie, we were the only ones left watching it. It was so long! I love it on stage because of the singers but for me, Russell Crowe was not a powerful Javert.
The next day we slept in, ate some Pho, and went gambling. The casino was cheap, yet classy. There were armed guards like in every nice place in Manila. We won, but the minimums were low, so we won like $20.
The next day we left for Puerto Galera.