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... experience. Ended the day with dinner and Karaoke for Breanne and Darcy. Darcy and I enjoyed walking down the beach exploring the surroundings and seeing all the resorts down the beachfront. The people in Bali are really nice, we enjoyed learning about the Hindu religion and how the Indonesian people live. Philippines: Traveling together to the Philippines was great but it had it challenges. We needed to get a flight to what we thought was a great plan….Palawan. Even though ...
Originally my flight was scheduled to leave KL at 8:30pm and arrive in Manila at 12:15am and my plan was to then sleep at the airport until daylight before heading into the city. A couple of days beforehand however i got an email saying that the flight had been re-scheduled to depart at 11:55pm and arrive shortly before 4am. Arriving at the airport about 10pm i went to check-in only to be told by the Air Asia staff they couldn't do so unless i had an onward ticket ...
... is a simple can of 7-Up I ordered from a Hong Kong restaurant. This was the night I pretty much had to skip dinner so the 7-Up was my prime consumption item. The interesting part of this soda can was the ingredient list at the top, "Lemon, Lime, and Bubbles!" Bubbles! I wonder how many calories are in a bubble. Whatevs, I thought it was funny.
I start work tonight, should be pretty interesting.
1. Birth Certificate: This is the very first document a person should have in the Philippines the moment you are born. According to www.freedictionary.com a birth certificate is an official record of the date and place of a person's birth, usually including the names of the parents. This is also the 1st requirement in getting ...
... this wedding!
Despite already feeling drained from the heat & humidity (we're whiny losers, I know), we pushed on with our north-bound route and soon found some respite from pushy guides when we arrived at Fort Santiago. We strolled around the ancient structure, rested, and after an hour, called it a day and headed back to the house.
I am really, really, really, looking forward to leaving Manila. One more day ...