Cherry Blossoms Hotel
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Be sure and turn on the water at valve #107, not #205 or #206. It is downstairs and out by the front gate. It is a real challenge in the dark if you don't know what you are doing.
I learned this when I first arrived at 4 am March 7 after 36 hours from Cincinnati via Shanghai. It took me a while to figure out the water wasn't on, and then took me 4 trips ...
... no wife, they are not smiley faces, they are left over colons and close brackets left over from another post that had to go somewhere Head for Manila bay to see sunset. This involves at least 5 crazy 4 lane road crossings and a 15 min wander past the Philippino American embassy. Holy **** these guys have sequestered the best spot on the beach. If it'd been the German Embassy I could have understood, but these ***** have well and truly put their towel on the best lounger. We ...
Upon arrival in Manila, we took the airport shuttle to our "budget hotel" where we debriefed our time in the Philippines. We had a wonderful time laughing as well as talking about deep and serious things. This was probably the best team meeting we have ever had.
Then, we all headed to the Mall of Asia. We ...
... was the weekend. It was clean though.
Bonifacio Global City
Gen earlier mentioned a place called Fort Bonifacio Global City. It impressed on me like a historical place with a view towards Makati, so I took a gamble and hailed a taxi to take me there. In a complete twist, Bonifacio Global City (dropping the 'Fort') is actually a 'city' masterplanned and designed to cater for expats and the middle class (I avoid using the word "elite" here). Did ...
... on the property, Liat See Tong (Martyrs Hall), was built in the early 1950s in honor of the Chinese community leaders who were executed during World War II.
Notable mausoleums in the cemetery include one topped with a huge crown and similar designed fencing. It was instantly recognized by some in the group as belonging to the King of Mami (noodle soup), Ma Mon Luk. His two wives are also buried here on either side of him. ...