Citystate Tower Hotel
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Up Earlier today for a trip around Manilla City . Visiting lots of historic monuments, Forts, Churches, etc. Didn't realise just how badly the philipinos were treated by the Japanese in WW2. In one place alone 600 were just left to suffocate in a tiny dungeon. After the official trip we ...
Earl Roemer and I got up early and left our hotel at 5 am. I've been up since 3 am. I'm fighting a bit of a cold, but feel all right otherwise. Earl arranged for bus transport to the aiport. A cab would have been expensive, a city bus too cumbersome with the luggage we had. So, the hotel arranged for a "shuttle." It was a full size large touring coach just for Earl and me. The ride to Hong Kong airport takes about 40 ...
... the next morning. So I just had to wait and spend the night a little anxious. So far, it's going ok. My flight to Manila actually left early which is easy when there are no other planes to compete with at the tiny airport. An hour later, I was back in the incredibly dull and underwhelming Manila airport. You'd think the authorities would want to leave a first good and last impression with ...
... at Jollibee we waited outside the terminal sleeping on the benches until it opened. It wasn't bad until Avery tells me he needs to poop and the only toilet is in the terminal. Thankfully the security let us in for a few minutes. The last hiccup of our return was that with no money left in our pockets because we spent everything before we got to the terminal, we were all hungry and waiting to get to manila when ...
**Coron Town of Busuanga and Coron Island apparently don't exist on TravelPod. I am not still in Manila** Today, after a very long and locally experienced overnight ferry from Manila (see image), I arrived in the beautiful (and tiny) Coron, where much of their stunning beauty has been shredded to pieces by typhoon Yolanda. Almost every tree I've seen is either now cut down, part of the undergrowth or looks as if it has been charred to sinders. Almost brought to tears in my first ...