Fraser Place Manila
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... anywhere, making me clueless when it comes to proximity between places. I also didn't know how close my family's place actually is to the airport as well. Roughly 10-15 minutes away, but it could take an hour if traffic.
Anyway, this area of Makati is clean and fancy, full of condos, restaurants and coffee shops, retail everywhere, and foreigners comfortably blending in with the local crowds.
Greenbelt is made up of 5 interconnecting mall blocks. ...
... salon called “Bangs” to get my hair colored this weekend. I walked in and 10 plus girls dressed in catholic school girl uniforms, yelled out in unison, “Good Morning Ma’am”. I had two people color my hair; they parted my hair down the middle and each person took a side. Then one person washed my hair and two more blow dried my hair. Finally, one more person styled my hair. That’s six different people that took care of me. ...
... to get some traditional Filipino fabrics since I am obsessed with fabric. She suggested that I go to Green Hills Shopping Center to buy sarongs.
When I first got to the shopping center, I was lost on finding the flee market. I showed the security guard that I was looking for Tiangge (name of the market). He pointed at some exit. A few minutes later, I found it!
The sellers at Tiangge were not as rude or aggressive like the ones at Yashow or ...
... 3 1/2 quid, which has the taxi bus thing on. It's quite cool looking and I'm sure will feature in some future photo aweseness. Back to San Agustino, pay another 3 quid and go in the main church. It's pretty big and spangly and we're allowed to photo the **** out of it. See some things written in Spanish which I can now understand most of. The rest I will translate later. One of the statues is of "San Agustin of Hippo" who I imagine is the main dude....or someone that ...
... Depart for LCC Terminal
Nepal: Arrival: 2:00pm
>>November 19, 2013
- Check in at Peacock Guest House (Dattatreya Square, Bhaktapur).
- Settle in and grab late lunch
- Walk around Dattatreya Square and surrounding areas
- Ear ly dinner
>>November 21, 2013/ Explore Bhaktapur; Options: Visit Thamel or Patan.