Citystate Tower Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the same child to "go away, I had no money for you" ... I was crying and hugging him, as he constantly whispered "I love you, don't cry, thank you for everything." The same girl and boy I gave a piece of candy to one day as they crouched next to our table to watch the TV of the restaurant, were the same kids I gave my whole suitcase contents away too, because I fell in love with them in less than 11 days.
I wish them the best of luck, an after finding ...
... at odd hours such as 3am in the morning. The passengers then stayed on the bus and slept there until morning. This was madness and we wanted to avoid this at all costs! The only way we could get back to Manila was to take a tricycle to a petrol station a few kilometres outside the town and then take a jeepney for 3-4 hours to Bagabag junction. From here we waited on the side of the road for a bus that was going to Manila hopefully (another 8 hour ride). The first ...
... my friends that are geography buffs Palawan Island is located south of Luzon Island where Manila is, with the northern coast of the island along the South China Sea, while the southern coast forms part of the northern limit of the Sulu Sea. Palawan Island is very undeveloped and traditional. Wildlife, jungle mountains, and white sandy beaches are resplendent here.
At the Puerto Princesa airport I found a trike driver (a motorbike with a largeish sidecar) attached who knew ...
... But I begged them to whisper to me in English, as I didn't want everyone and their brother to know that I couldn't speak Tagalog!
After Baguio, we headed back to Olongapo for a couple more days. During that time, Uncle Andy, Leanne, Mom, and I took a short trip up to meet more cousins and my Lola Conchin (my grandmother's youngest sister). At 80-something years young, she proved to be a Filipina spitfire, immediately telling me that I needed to eat more vegetables because I ...
... fried piece on top - which was the crispy fried chicken skin. Guilty pleasure for sure! I suppose not much different than a chicharron but I had never experienced that one before.
A nice walk back to the hotel and we rested a bit before our Happy Hour Crawl. We enjoyed the roof top Oz Lounge with great views overlooking Makati. What a beautiful city and clean beyond belief - it is very difficult to find any trash on the streets and ...