Dusit Thani Manila
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... shops, but were mostly residential. And this was the slum type of residential that Josh and I walked into. I felt uncomfortable, partly because of the looks we were getting (but then again we get hardcore sticky looks all the time), and partly because it felt like we were about to get robbed, but we came out fully unscathed.
Josh said I shouldn't let this kind of thing bother me. This is reality, and this is part of my culture and I should embrace it.
... that the airlines had only checked his bags to Hong Kong and not to Hanoi. After a mad dash to locate his belongings, we had to recheck his luggage and go through customs and security in order to make our flight. Oh, did I mention our next flight was on the opposite end of the airport. Fortunately, we made it in time with about 10 minutes to spare. Now we are off to begin our 22 day tour beginning in Hanoi. Isn't traveling ...
... lost!" My mom would so say that.
I checked out the church in Intramurous for two hours. It was stunning to see. Rain was pouring hard that day.
Afterward, I aimlessly wandered around. I walked into one area and a guard snapped that it was city hall area. So did not know that.
I stumbled upon a park called Rizal Park. Despite the rain, it was still stunning. I walked around and saw some buildings and statues.
Right after ...
... He's quite insistent, so I am rude about the quality of his wares. We get inside for 11:15 and it's not yet open. Still, we're allowed to wait and do wifi's, and then Leah has pancakes. Allegedly they are the best pancakes ever. Breakfast comes to £1.60 Then without much to see, we do pretty much the same circuit as yesterday. Spend less time in Rizal park though and head straight for the old city. The odd local taxi buses all have different names. We find one ...
We're going to Malaysia and Nepal and this bootleg travelogue is a writing exercise.
A little bit of a background: I'm a tourist guide based in Metro Manila. I've taken groups to different parts of the Philippines and during that time, some of my guests wrote on their journals. This inspired me to do the same for this occasion.
My wife works as an editorial consultant for a website dedicated to NGOs worldwide. Joining our trip are her two ...