Citadel Inn Makati
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... tour guide we checked out Tagaytay. It was piping hot that day, not as cool as the last time I was there. There were so many local tourists as well, students on a field trip.
It's a city built on hills and pineapple fields, a mountaineous area with a lake which has a volcano inside.
We liked this seafood haven so much that we decided to come back for dinner. This time, Josh took the reigns and negotiated with the ...
We had been wondering how we'd fill this time, but Cebu Pacific and Manila airport teamed up to solve the problem for us - it would be spent queuing! After over an hour spent at bag check-in, we paid the fine ("departure tax") to leave the country and then waited in line for a further hour or so at immigration, much of the time with no-one manning the desk... The flight began boarding ...
... is another first for me, so I'm a bit nervous as he does it. I have to put complete trust and faith in the barber in what he is doing. I find this extremely hard to do for people. I wonder if he knows how much power he has at that instant over someone's safety.
After we check out of the hotel we head to Baclaran market. You can buy almost anything you want at this market. I leave my cell in the vehicle when we ...
... for others who are taking the flight with them. I was seated behind a group of passengers with a noisy kid. The stench in front of me was horrible. The tiyanak defecated and what made it worse was that the guardian/relative didn't even go to the washroom and change the little troll's diaper.
It was a long flight. Around 5 hours. I slept a little and also thought of things ...
Through a series of events I find myself sat at Kuala Lumpar airport waiting for a flight to the Philippines. In Georgetown, hostel bound by the rain and feeling somewhat disillusioned about weather near the equator, I met Helen. Helen is a fellow Brit from Farnborough, a 22 year old actress and comedy writer. She reminds me remarkibly of Mirandah and we hit it off straight away.
As we sat in the hostel googling ...