City Garden Hotel Makati
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... enjoyment of being up close to you too obvious.
Got back to the hostel. Had a short nap. Went up to the roof garden for some drinks with some of the others in the hostel. Got my bags ready for my early flight. Went to bed.
Things I have learnt today:
Not to judge food by how it looks. Sometimes.
Not to put your monkey half in your bag on a crowded Jeepney. It will fall out. You will be very sad. That's all I can say about that ...
... to go out for dinner but when we left the hotel the pathway down to the beach had flooded from the heavy rain earlier that day so we decided to order a pizza to be delivered to the hotel and have a pizza/movie night, it was just like we were back in the UK. When the sun did manage to make an appearance we spent as much time as possible on the beach, it had lovely white sand and crystal clear waters. On another night we went to a fancy restaurant and had a nice ...
... 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.
We availed a great deal with Zest Air a month ago for Boracay. Our
flight was 5:30AM and we were there at the airport (Terminal 4) quarter to
3. When it was exactly 3AM, one of my friends went to the check-in area
and asked if we can check in already. After a few minutes, my friend went
back to the group and told us our flight was canceled. I was the first one to
react (violently) because it was a struggle on my part to have ...
1. Birth Certificate: This is the very first document a person should have in the Philippines the moment you are born. According to www.freedictionary.com a birth certificate is an official record of the date and place of a person's birth, usually including the names of the parents. This is also the 1st requirement in getting ...