BSA Suites - Makati
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... mussels with cheese, shrimps, kilawin tanigue (mackerel ceviche Filipino style, so good), and good ole pansit.
Dad makes kilawin at home all the time. I'm going to tell him to make me and Josh some.
What's a good feast without a live band? Live music as entertainment has become an integral part of Filipino culture. And we're big on ballads and love songs.
And to mark the start of jamming of the night, it was Josh who stood up first and braved it out ...
... full-time, and do freelance work part time. They, too, have been a part of the relief work in the same area where I was.
In the True Manila tour, you are taken to the heart and soul of Manila's poor. This organised tour and its volunteers are well known in these areas and the residents are always delighted of their visit. It essentially is comprised of providing food (usually bread) to individuals. While doing ...
... area where the American Memorial cemetery is located. Initially as i wandered around the multitude of white crosses honouring the dead from the American campaign in the Far East & Pacific during WW2 i wasn’t impressed or moved, as unlike the European cemeteries in Thailand for instance there are no names or plaques on any of the crosses. It wasn’t until i got to the open air galleries within the cemetery displaying murals outlining key battles ...
As you can see, I decided on the Philippines after all. I very much appreciate all the considerate and well-thought out suggestions for travel destinations, but after writing the post where i asked for suggestions, I got so excited thinking about traveling that I went ahead and booked the cheapest ticket I could find. Moreover, Philippine islands sounded like a fair and less touristy alternative to Thailand's, and Vietnam ...
For breakfast we had Yin and Yang Champorado. We decided to go shopping and then we ate pizza for lunch. That day was meant for relaxing, so we went to a nurture spa. By the time we got out, our bones felt loose. Lumpia sounded like a good way to go for dinner. We really got pampered that ...