Eurotel Pedro Gil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Lunch and dinner were catered. The meetings were held at the Quezon City church hall.
Lots of greetings have been sent back to the home office and to others in the United States. One person who was very highly regarded in the home office is Chris Rowland who had been very helpful to answer procedural and doctrinal questions. Greetings from Benny Lorenzo.
We were wanting also to see the ...
... that come to visit this country... I'm writing this at Manila airport and have about 2 hours to wait. Then it's 4.5 hours to get to Tokyo. I still don't fully believe I'll be in Japan in a few hours. It's the one place that has always been instantly first on the list whenever I've been asked where in world I want to visit. It's never required any thought. For as long as I can remember, it's been ...
... jumped in the cab. He drove very slowly and dogged many broken trees that made each road just a single lane. Motorcyclists were huddled together on the side of the roads just waiting this out. Traffic lights were out and the police were blocking many roads. I fully expected to be stuck in this taxi because my road was closed, but I was so happy to see that he could take me all the way to my front door. The doorman at ...
... through the streets of Manila. Each vehicle seems to be named and uniquely decorated by its owner / driver, who stops anywhere people or jump up and down sufficiently to grab his attention. Once on board, the 8 peso (12 pence) fee is passed along the line of passengers to the driver, who then sends any change back in the same fashion.
We arrived at the National Museum, eventually found ...
... just so kind and thoughtful. They had to be somewhere in the evening so we went for a walk around the city and got some food (in case you're wondering, yes it was awful).
On our second day in Manila, we ventured to a dive shop in Makati. It had been reviewed well and Dave had a big list of things here wanted to buy. He managed to get everything for half the price it is in England so he was happy. After a successful morning, we decided to get a taxi to ...