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... life after hours looked like here. Most of the shops were closed, including a majority of the restaurants. In fact, it was nearly pitch dark everywhere. As I turned the corner, I heard voices muffled by the sounds of live Latin music playing. I arrived at a place called Cafe Havana.
As the host sat me, a table 5 local women seated next to me snapped their necks and looked directly at me. A sixth woman quickly joined their group, as though they sent a signal of ...
... or fashion throughout the country like the first moviehouse in the country,the first ice cream parlor or even the first building to have an elevator within this country all of them started here at this historical street and the like..
But due to different new business district ...
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... now a big group that your company caused great
inconvenience). I asked what time, she said again with no affection that
I immediately surf the net and looked for the recent law posted for
cancellation of flights and I quote: "In case of flight cancellation
attributable to the carrier, a passenger shall have the right to:
(a) Be notified beforehand via public announcement, written/published ...
When we arrived in the Philippines it was hard to believe we only had two weeks left on this epic adventure. So much had happened and so many wonderful memories had been made that it was hard not to be depressed at the idea of returning home. Oh, I was excited to see my family and friends again. I was also excited to have my own shower and a room all to myself again. But even so, we had gotten into the rhythm of traveling and we didn't know how we were going ...