Caylabne Bay Resort
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After 22 hrs. of air travel, I arrived in Manila, Philippines. I flew from JFK to Dubai to Manila via Emirates Air on a Airbus A380. My seat was spacious, no one sat next to me and they could not have given me more food....3 meals and several drink services.
Jamie Furello met me at the airport as he arrived just a few minutes before me. ...
... of Andres Bonifacio is located near the Manila City Hall. The shrine has one big statue of Andres Bonifacio carrying a bolo. The shrine shows the life story of the Philippine hero from his childhood to his death at the hands of Emilio Aguinaldo's spanish invaders. The Andres Bonifacio Shrine was unveiled during the Centennial Independence celebration in 1998. The death of this Filipino patriot is a tragedy. He started Katipunan ...
... lucky you are, how lucky the houses next to it are to be standing and simply grateful that these people had somewhere else to take shelter. A little girl looks at me and asks my name, while her mother is working methodically next to her - moving the wood and bamboo left around her lost home in piles and beginning the long job of restructuring of her home. At 6pm everyday the generators come alive, you can hear them because there's just so many. The hustle and bustle around ...
... from Megan: 'I love how in South East Asia you can look like **** all the time and it doesn't matter'.
My computer is very polite. When the battery is running low, it cautiously advises me: 'Your battery is running very low. You might want to plug it in.' Yeah computer, and I might not! Remember who's in control: buzz off!
In order to acclimatise our ...
... also a bed for the night. There were also areas where people were sleeping. We arrived at our hotel about 35 minutes later. The hotel is very clean, and basic. The staff are really polite, opening doors for you. After unpacking, we went to Benitez (the temporary shelter for the children) there were 13 children in total ranging from 5 through to 17. You walk through a big door into what is like an alley way, which is actually their dining room. The children were so excited ...