Casa Nicarosa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the Philippines, where we were to meet the Canadian Ambassador. I think because of our excitement, we only got 2/3 hours of sleep LOL. Yawns were to come in front of the ambassador HEHEHE. After a quick nap and change into "formal-ish" clothes- mine consisting of a black shirt and some abstract pants (ambassador would see my fashionable style LOL) we headed downstairs for some lunch (also very good) and took a group bus to the embassy. The ride there was astounding. ...
The day was spent holding the Annual National Council meeting for the Philippines. Today was the primary reason for my coming to Asia. The National Council meets once a year, the second January of each year. There was a full agenda.
The National Council consists of nine members. It includes the seven elders in the Philippines, the senior pastor (Earl Roemer) and the Office Manager, Daniel Macaraeg. ...
... hour to start ordering Singapore slings is. I settle on 10 am but make up for the late start by ordering so many I'm planning to ask Martha Stewart if she can help me make a back scratcher out of the swizzle sticks. Jeeves.... uh I mean the air hostie is sometimes a bit slack bringing them. This one time I had actually finished one BEFORE the next one came. It was horrible, I may need therapy.
Lunch is served, I complete my fourth movie ...
... one for the house and another for the dogs! You know someone is a nanny because they wear a uniform that looks like medical scrubs. Unlike in the US having a nanny is fairly common. You can get a live- in nanny for just $50 a month.
I enjoyed a nice lunch with Lorenia Cervantes from the Santa Ana office on Sunday afternoon. She’s working on a project moving work from our Latin America region to Manila. ...
... I then converted my bag to a rucksack and made my way back to the terminal fee counter. Luckily this time, I kept my back out of view and was able to walk through unmolested, and at least 1000 Pesos richer than I could have been.
Once I was through security I went to Chaicoffee and had a coffee and snack whilst I waited for my boarding time. I met and chatted to an interesting character who ...