Century Park Hotel
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... many flowering azalea's out but we missed the cherry blossoms by two weeks. On the bus while driving we received lessons on how to use their toilets. They were something. Heated seats and spray washers. Everything is sold in vending machines. Magazines, umbrellas, diapers, drinks, and even batteries. There are 50,000 convenience stores
Our tour today is called The Splendors of Arita and Nagasaki. We drive for an hour to this small picturesque town called Arita ...
... hadn't interpreted the message properly when Louella (the caretaker's daughter) said "oh! I'll get the boat" as she skipped along to prepare the small wooden boat for departure. Imagine! We went to the local town on a boat, spotting huge jellyfish casually floating in the water, bought fresh sea food, vegetables and rice. It was a very different experience from driving a car & shopping from a mall, which is what used to. Our entire stay in Liminangcong was ...
... taken to V Hotel (a short taxi ride away). I told them that they would have to come grab me in the morning as I purposefully booked my hotel (Oasis Park Hotel) as I was going to stay here at the beginning on my tour of Palawan Island in a week and wanted to leave some things in their storage locker while I went and explored the north of Luzon. So at around midnight, I arrived at my second hotel and went to check in. And then the next magical words appeared, "can ...
... the eyes of God. These men, so gentle in their nature, so quick to smile and so grounded in their ministry, helped my own inadequacies to surface... my inflated ego, my thoughts for myself, my inability to suffer the slightest of inconveniences... and the list goes on. These men were truly amazing, nothing too much trouble, willing to engage in instant friendship with us upon arrival, thriving on the excitement of new people to share their amazing ministries with, even if just for ...
It's always fun to find out where people congregate in the evening - to stroll, socialize and just have fun. In Manila, one of the main places to hang out is Rizal Park. So, on Wednesday night I joined them, and even got treated to a sound and light show. The pictures that accompany this short blog are a few street scenes of Manila not far from my hotel and night scenes from the park. I planned to include a video of part of the light show, which took place in the middle of ...