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... visitors at a time so you really feel the exclusivity (despite him now being able to sleep up to 40). Toured the house which has been lovingly constructed with recycled wood and stone. Much of the lower ground walls were the exposed rock face and he enjoyed showing us the carvings which he'd personally crafted. Got a lift into town as he was heading to his practice, so we looked around the busy Saturday market before heading back ...
One of the things that I really want to try before I die is Ice Skating!
Gusto kong malaman ang pakiramdam na nakatungtong sa yelo, at kung paano i-babalance ang sarili..
So I'm so thankful, kasi ang dalawang kaibigan ko ay naging mala-Sta. Clause dahil tinupad nila ang aking kahilingan, sinubukan namin ...
... I've been to in rich sections of LA. But that said, we've had some really wonderful meals; our first night, we had Thai food that was better than most I've had in Seattle. We've also dined at an upscale Filipino bistro that served duck adobo, grilled tilapia, and vinegar tofu to die for; and tonight, we had seafood that rivalled Seattle's. The backpacker in me grudgingly admits that as a food addict, there's a lot to love about upscale rich-people dining with a ...
... bar which is staffed entirely
by little people the burning need was soothed by the fact that there
was a dwarf working in the hostel reception and we decided to stay
local instead, heading to the Cafe Adriatico which produced
surprisingly good pesto pasta. We got to see the seedier side of
Manila yet again as we walked past the gay clubs, “massage
parlours” and the heart-breaking sight of families settling down for a night on the pavement.