Citadel Inn Makati
Travel Blogs from Makati
... suggestions of things to do and places to eat. The spirit of Aloha is alive and well here in Manila!
I had underestimated the amount of rest I got on the plane and was more jet-lagged than I expected to be. So I laid down to take a nap, with my alarm set at 21:00 (yes, I take at least a minimum of 2-hour siestas!). When I awoke, it was just after midnight. Oops!
So I made my way to an outdoor mall area called, Greenbelt, for late night bites and to ...
... expanded during present era) it was dubbed as the first business district of this country,Escolta's glory days during colonial period and early 19th century transformed this area as the Philippines Sole Financial District open for global trade It was always the "First" in setting ...
... It was the force of an unconquerable faith—something in the heart and soul that physical hardship and adversity could not destroy! It was the thought of native land and all that it holds most dear, the thought of freedom and dignity and pride in these most priceless of all our human prerogatives.
... name to
PAL Express. I'm sure a lot of bloggers already aired out their
dissatisfaction with the service.
When that ground steward gave me that blank face, I really, really want to
slap her but instead I asked where her supervisor was. She left the
counter talked to someone for like 10 minutes and came back and told us to wait
on the said because they are now looking for an aircraft to accommodate us all
... Last night we went to the 7 PM Mass at San Roque Chapel.
Mama was greeted by her amigas from MBG with praises and delight. Two of them in particular took the time to chat with me about how they missed her.
One of the women even said that Mama looks younger than her stated age and that her face did not show a lot of wrinkles one might observe in a 90-year-old.
When we got home, ...