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 ...
... I was greeted with a very claustrophobic and humid air. The people here already know the True Manila volunteers. I'm continued to be amazed at just how grateful, respectful, and courteous they are. They weren't begging nor fighting over the food. In fact, when I handed out the bread to one person, he would pass it on to the one next to him before getting his own. And when I gave it to the young children, their parents ...
... 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 ...
... dim sum, to gelato, and even a Cinnabon (no thank you).
It's off-season here in August, and it's already starting to shower outside. I'm hoping the storms hold off until I get to Puerto Princesa, but the forecast all week in El Nido looks dreary and wet. Oh well- it's just water. Anyway, I'm having trouble uploading photos due to the slow internet connection, but I'll try again once I get to my hostel in Puerto Princesa.
... their little ones... I don't really know how to describe the bay in a way which will do it any justice and unfortunately I didn't bring my phone with me for a quick snap!! So here goes....imagine a huge mill pond dotted with large ships just siting there in the distance. The horizon blends together and with the Manila haze, the sea becomes the sky...endless. The serenity of looking out there a vast difference to the hustle and bustle of life along the promenade. Food is being made ...