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... is this
white girl doing here’ and the porter pushed the trolley up alongside the
patients bed. There was me expecting the nurses on the ward, the porter and
myself to help this old lady transfer on to the trolley, but no, the nurse I was
with and the porter stood there at the end of the bed and let the patient
painfully struggle across to the trolley with the help of her daughter, which wasn’t
really helping anyway because she couldn’t reach. I ...
Day 19 - 25th April
Another **** nights sleep on a hard bed, music playing all night, people talking outside all night and just general noise. We had breakfast at 7am of rice, egg, corned beef and a disgusting fishy fish. We hopped on the moped and went to the beach so get on the boat. Except the boat wasn't there, just a small raft about 6 meters squares. 'Ok ma'am' the boy said... Erm where's the boat! This little bamboo raft took us ...
... After the morning service we all enjoyed a potluck style lunch. It was clear that our ladies went all out to provide a very tasty lunch for all! The lunch was followed by coffee. Filipinos often drink their coffee with plenty of sugar and milk, so a powdered packet called "3 in 1" (instant coffee, powdered creamer and sugar) does the trick nicely. Just boil up some water to add to the "3 in 1" and voila, you have coffee! ...
... heart to say no.
Most of the restaurants are North American fast food restaurants. For example, we had dinner one night in TGIF's (a U.S. chain) and a second night inTony Roma's (another U.S. chain). On every street corner there is a MacDonalds, or a Wendys, or a Subway, or KFC. It's astounding the number of chains are here. There are very few street cafes, as we have seen in other Asian cities that we've travelled to.
Yesterday, we ...
... goes a long way sometimes! We had a wonder up to the local mall which wasn't anything special so decided to head back to the hotel and get some food before settling in to a film and an early night. The following day was a fairly early morning, up and out and on the jeepney which took us to a large market on the edge of the city. From here we could get the bus to Mambukal, a simple direct journey of around 40 minutes. We were sat right in the front seats of the bus which meant ...