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... Milk! So we got them some, along with English tea and shortbread. Before packing up and leaving, Sujin, the very kind and generous person she is, made us a small dinner, which included tuna wrapped in rice - moulded into a balls and covered in flaked seaweed. They tasted a bit like sushi. She also boiled some corn on the cob for us to take on our journey. Later that evening, during rush hour(s), we caught an unbelievably busy monorail to the bus terminal and boarded a sleeper bus to ...
Manila (yesterday) was another maiden port for Arcadia so we had another wonderful welcome from the Filipino people (although nothing will match Bitung). We chose an excursion which took us to the Taal Vista hotel (really lovely) in Tagaytay mainly to see the most beautiful views of the Taal Lake and volcano which is the smallest known active volcano in the world. We were also treated to a traditional Filipino buffet lunch (Dad was thrilled ...
... 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 ...
... faucets got sensors.
Flew Bangkok Airways.Took 2 hours.
Plane is small and was an ATR 72.
Pickup by the hotel truck with open sides.
The Hotel is Villa Santi.Old colonial house owned prior by the prior queen of Luang Prabang.
Had a welcome ginger cocktail.
Ate in a local restaurant...spring roll and Mekong river sea weed ( wafer like,crunchy).the name is Kaipen.
Window shop in an Ethology store.
... dancers were bakla (Filipino term for gay) in which many were dressed as women. In a way, I must say that it made the fire dancing more interesting to watch at times. The talent here was incredible. The singers were 'record label' potentials. We made our way around from bar to bar just slugging back some cocktails as we bobbed our heads to the music. The painters and drawers were not to be overlooked as well. Most painters worked for clothing stores; they would simply sit there ...