BSA Suites - Makati

103 Carlos Palanca Street, Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1200, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 103 Carlos Palanca Street, Makati, is near Intramuros, Fort Santiago, and Father Blanco's Garden.
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    Sights and flights

    A travel blog entry by wizzi_woo on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... pesos down the line of people sitting in the back who pass it on to the driver. I'm not sure if journeys are different prices but I read as a rule of thumb to pay 7 pesos, which is what I did. It made me think of my days working in Egypt when we'd get the minibus into Naama Bay on a Saturday. The first couple of times we got the bus we asked how much it cost and got told 7LE, whilst our friend we worked with told us it shouldn't cost more than 3LE. After the ...


    A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Oct 13, 2013

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    ... out as I was now only 2 hours from my flight and no sign of the damned bus and only 120 pesos left, Luckily some German family noticed my panic and asked if I wanted to share a taxi with them. I love you German family. Got there in time and actually had 30 minutes to spare for a last-minute cheapie massage (NOT 700 baht, YES.). And boarded my flight to Singapore. Sadly as I had initially planned these trips seperate my flights altogether took 48 hours. With a ...

    Day 6 & 7 - The Floods

    A travel blog entry by katandhannah on Aug 20, 2013

    1 comment

    ... as none of the bingo workers had decided to brave the floods for work that day! Luckily for us there was an arcade next door ( appropriately named the world of fun), where somehow we all squeezed in to a tiny kareoke booth for the next few hours. 7 hours later we headed home, voices hurting and 1 man down (who had wondered off home without telling us!) It was a very fun way to spend our potentially ruined day ...

    Orientation week close

    A travel blog entry by monhenderson on Mar 23, 2013

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    ... to raw fish which has been sizzling on the sidewalk. As we walked through we had a downpour of rain (not too dissimilar to a Sydney thunder storm)...the hard dirt morphed into a mud bath, with 'run off' from vendors' stalls adding to the smell and texture... It is definitely flagged in all sites as pickpocket/bag snatching/jewellery theft central and interestingly enough, 5 of the street girls from Tahanan are actually from Divisoria market (I ...

    Some Swedes and Spaniards, and some Koreans...

    A travel blog entry by taylorandkailey on Jan 17, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... national hero. The 60-hectare park is full of statues and gardens and fountains...and also many cats! On our walk around, we met 'horse man'...literally a man with a horse and buggy, who quickly turned into our friend when he found out we were from Canada. We did not want to go see his horse, nor did we want to go for a ride...but something must have been lost in translation because he waited for us at every exit of the park (and it's not like we were able to blend in ...