City Garden Hotel Makati
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... works in a way that you buy your own fish or seashells/produce in the wet market then pick a restaurant and they cook it for you. You tell them which style to cook each meal.
We bought 2 pieces of blue crabs-cooked in salt & pepper, mackerel-ceviche style (kilawin), and red snapper-grilled. Josh' negotiating and haggling skills were pretty impressive. He was tough on the vendors lol, yet he was everyone's best 'friend'. One of the vendors blurted out that he might ...
... and cruel it sounds, we never give them anything as donating that way actually increases the problem: children will stay in the streets if there is money to be collected there. The problem in this work is no the product, it is the market that buys it (or participates in it for this matter).
We return tonight to our eatery around the corner: same ramen and same San Miguel beer... happiness.
... to a different part of the world to see how other people live. I saw families working together to rebuild homes. I saw children inventing games for themselves to keep entertained. I saw students walking home from school in uniforms. Cows, chickens and pigs grazing in the lawns. This was real life and it was a simple and beautiful life. I feel grateful to be able to experience life in so many different parts of the world and encourage others to do the same.
... s sister) waiting for us at the gate with her son, who is a taxi driver, waiting to take us to the house we are staying at. The apartment is Cecile's place. Now, I've watched some shows on Manila and I was thinking that maybe this place would be a shoebox and the only way to get around would be to jump over people... I was pleasantly surprised. A nice size place with the most crucial element... Air conditioning! Of course, staying rent free is also a bit of ...
... for my country. The night before flying back home, our group had a serious talk about Filipino society, its charm and dysfunction, the chronic problems we're facing, education, language, our duality and so on. We all wanted something better for the country. We all wanted transformation. I felt a bit depressed but also, I'm glad that I'm in good company.
Aimee and I got home at around 5:00 ...