Travel Blogs from Pasig
... are they after? what are they going to try and sell me? or worse, steal off me? We were walking through Rizal Park when Lieutenant Commander Juhn of the Philippines Navy came over and starting chatting with us, finding out where we were from and general chitchat. He was very friendly and offered to take our photos, told us about the monuments in the park and all sorts of other local information. He had finished work for the day so offered to show us ...
one vegetarian “choice” - grilled eggplant - which seems to feature
pretty heavily on any veggie menu. We then moved to another of the
malls for better people watching opportunities and a couple of beers,
Tom's beverages of choice here being San Miguel or Red Horse, which
generally costs about 80p per bottle. Little did we realise that we
were sitting in the key pick up area, where groups ...
... less affected by the cold if I have thicker clothes.
I should be better prepared for this trip. It's late autumn and winter is just around the corner. Below is the weather forecast for Kobe.
20 November 11C to 18C
21 November 9C to 16C
22 November 9C to 15C
23 November 9C to 15C
I have invested on a bubble jacket, not so thick but it's enough to give you warmth in a 0 celsius environment. (Well the lady ...
... Source: http://www.jica.go.jp/english/contact/d omestic/map/hyogo.html
I can see Sannomiya (upper left) from this map of JICA Hyogo International Center where we will be staying. It's a bit far to the city center where the Sannomiya station is. This will be a challenge trying to find my way to this shop in Sannomiya.
... have visas, and so will move north to Novaliches when we leave.
I'm sitting at our kitchen table, writing this blog entry and occasionally looking out the window across the city. Mostly I'm taking a break from searching job websites and filling out online applications. Our time in Asia, and my year of traveling and writing, is nearly over. From the heights of Barangay San Antonio I see the real world on the horizon.