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We have a few fun adventures to share...that did not involve malls! On Wednesday night we went to see Swedish House Mafia who were playing at the Mall of Asia arena. As one of the biggest headline DJ's in the world, they sure lived up to their name. The pyrotechnics and lights were bigger than any other show we have seen before, so big that Kailey even had to close her eyes at some points out of the fear that she may suffer a seizure. We had VIP tickets, which meant that we ...
... 2012 had some huge ups and downs, some within a week of each other. Letting go and responsibility opened up to determination and success in work, play, and travel. Being separated from the everyday distractions gives us some focus on what we want and game plan in moving us closer to the life we wish to live. Got some pretty good ideas. We are a good 13-16 hours ahead of most of our family and friends (explosions already going off) so we will see you on the other side. Happy New ...
... A lot of nice buildings and old prisons inside the wall. Took a Kalesa (Horse carriage) inside the Intramuros.
Also saw a nice park in Manila called Rizal Park and Manila Cathedral. Nice to see the city especially with a local guide.
Henry helped us find a store to buy some snorkeling gear. Baught 2 masks and 2 tubes, with silicone, so should be quality stuff. Looking forward to trying it out!
Went to Mall of Asia, a BIG ...
... a number of people milling about. We stopped to see what was going on, only to learn that an afternoon cockfight was just beginning. We parked the bike and made our way into the arena to get a better look. There was an earthen area in the middle surrounded by chain-link fencing. All around were bleacher style stands full of Filipino men shouting and talking. We took a seat high at one end. Unusually, no one talked to us, but ...
... sound but our hints for some free accommodation in Sydney fell on deaf ears. That night we had a drink in Hobbit House, which is a pub in which all the bar staff and waiters are dwarves. Coco Mangas, full of wild Koreans, then onto Nigi Nigi Nu Nu's. As it was our third anniversary Melissa's present to me was to find a bar that was showing the United v Spurs game. I was very impressed. The bar was run by a City fan from London which shocked me as I had been led to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center