El Cielito Inn
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... to the hostel and the girls have got a friend there (they are locals) who has just broken up with her boyfriend and in a bit of a state. We all sat round and had a girly chat. It's revealed to me that she is a ladyboy (queue overacted shock and intrigue). Forrest Gump is on! Sat around the table and a couple of new boys walk in, we get chatting. They go to the rooftop and ask us to join them for drinks along with another guy that's staying too. ...
We met back up with Rose and Fabion and headed back to Malate, where we were joined by a Filipino girl named Twinkle for dinner.
We had Filipino food from a street restaurant, eating on essentially patio tables on the road.
This was my favorite dinner so far- BBQ tofu, garlic mushrooms.
The carnivores had a spicy pork soup, BBQ skewers (chicken, pork and bacon wrapped eggplant) and ...
... stink black socks, pick them off the rack and start to head out and the 8" creeper suddenly grabs the package from me and slips off the band that holds the socks together. Out of pure curiosity, I decide to let things play out. He then picks up another pack of socks, takes the band off of those, and slips it onto mine and hands me the socks back. Hmm. I believe he has just handed me a bargain as the price tag on the new band is less than the price tag on the old. ...
... She was not even
sympathetic with the situation your airline company did to us. She even
told me that we cannot join the 6:55AM flight because it was already
full. Was that our fault? Did you expect us to just wait until a
flight is open to accommodate us? Didn't you think of the inconvenience that
will cause this? The schedule you will ruin? There is a reason why
customers/passengers picked that specific flight schedule ...
... for a bite along the street. The food carts were not what we were expecting. The offerings looked odd and didn't seem like the food handling conditions were something we wanted to trust. We found a little place and ordered pancit, arguably the most notable dish of The Philippines next to adobo. It was a thinner noodles than we had been accustomed to in Hawaii but delicious none-the-less. The meat was light in color, like a pork sausage. ...