Fersal Hotel - Neptune, Makati
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... passengers as being a little like the first day of the sales, everyone makes a bee line for the same thing. There wasn't any time to settle, also to eat lunch you needed to dry off before getting back on the boat to eat. So it wasn't the experience I had hoped for. Now today as we are sailing up the northern edge if Australia the water looks amazing it's the colour I had expected at the reef. Absolutely beautiful aqua marine with ...
... a cardiologist who installed the first electrocardiograph in this country.
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Finally, I decided to go sightseeing in Metro Manila. Honestly speaking, Manila doesn't attractive to me at all, but some of my friends are from Manila and I felt like knowing more about the cities. Before I arrived at the airport, I was worried about the notorious airport officials who asked for extra-service fees. A few months before I went to the Philippines, NAIA, Ninoy Aquino International Aiirport, had been selected as one of the ...
... Marino Bual, wrote the following.....which I would like to append since it contains the story of the fall of Corregidor:
On the night of 12 March, General MacArthur, his family, and several USAFFE staff officers left Corregidor for Mindanao aboard four PT boats commanded by Lieutenant Commander John D. Bulkeley. For this and a number of other feats over the course of four months and eight days, Bulkeley was awarded the Medal of Honor, the Navy Cross, ...
... our hand at weaving, then we tried to buy a few things, but we had no Philippine money and our credit card would not go through. We later visited a shop that would accept our card and bought another hat for me because the hat I was wearing from Peru blew off my head on one of the tender rides, and was lost to the sea. Back on the ship we had a light lunch and headed back out to try and publish the blog. This was done after visiting 3 places, the first said their Wi Fi was ...