BSA Suites - Makati
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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 ...
... I land at 8:30am with another 5 or so hours until I can check in to the hostel, it will be like insert title of a film about Zombies - I don't know much about films. I've planning to go from Melbourne to New Zealand, back up to the east coast of Oz, then on to Canada and the States before finishing in Brazil next Summer (British Summer) for the World Cup. I say planning as I've changed my mind several times over ...
... stewed oxtail, beef, and occasionally offal or tripe. But Oline's had dollops of pork and beef. a Philippine stew. It is made from peanut sauce with a variety of vegetables, stewed oxtail, beef, and occasionally offal or tripe. Meat variants may include goat meat or (rarely) chicken. It ...
... slowly moving along the roads. It was just insane.
After driving for a half hour or so we stopped. Jexter told me he was staying to pick up his girlfriend who was coming in from Thailand in the morning. I didn't know before this, but was okay. I still had Patrick to crash with.
The streets of Manila seemed just as chaotic as the roads. I saw thousands of people. There were many signs of poverty I should have expected, but that ...
... and hence, I've been assigned to the Philippines. Philippines was certified polio-free in 2000 but it is considered a high-risk country within the Western Pacific for polio re-importation (consider: lots of travel in and out of country, high population density). Our team was informed that, in parallel with polio work, we will be working heavily on measles control and elimination activities.
Prior to coming to ...