GIC Tourist Inn

9555 Kalayaan Avenue, Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1212, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Makati

Manila is a lazy city

A travel blog entry by adandgen

... and it seems oddly similar to Brazilian food (a lot of rice and a lot of meat), though the meat is mainly pork. Maybe I've been eating the wrong things though, so I will reserve judgement. For now. So we ended up returning to a really nice Turkish place we visited the first time round - partly for the food, and partly to say hello to a very hungry cat called Tigger. Cats are awesome. Pictures to be updated blah blah blah. I hope to have a working computer in a couple of ...

Filipino soaps, spa and a little bit of paradise

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon


... here tasted sweeter then the American counterpart, but I don't know if that is true or my own interpretation. I ate it without butter and finished the whole thing - that tells you a lot about how yummy it was!

Spending the day outside, in the sun and swimming really tires a girl out! After returning to Pilar, I uploaded some pics, had dinner, watched my soaps and now end my day with you. :)

Tomorrow, I head to my Mom's ...

Trouble in Manila

A travel blog entry by adleslie


... a couple of thousand were missing but still a bit of money there and my credit card also. I didn't really think much as i was in a bit of a daze. I looked at my clock and saw that it was now the next day. I couldn't believe it. I had a shower and packed my things, and went to the bar to get something to eat. I ordered a burger but had no appetite. I realized now that i must have been drugged as i did not drink enough to be passed out, and had absolutely ...


A travel blog entry by taylorandkailey


... great). Kailey was quite the celebrity, and had a group of Asian boys following her every move (still hard to get used to all this attention!)

Yesterday was one of the hottest days we have had. We managed to find a 7-11 nearby, and braved the crazy city streets to go get ourselves a slurpee. Much to our disappointment, they had NO SLURPEES! So we had to settle on some drinks, chips, and ice cream (setting us back a total of $4).
It's still hard getting used ...

New way of travelling at the Philippines

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... which makes the city look nothing like Singapore. Even in the chic business district of Makati, there are several homeless people living on the sidewalks. The worst thing, however, is to see all the poor and homeless kids, who beg for money (which is not going to help them) and sleep in the dirt right in front of expensive places. Already on day one of my stay in Manila, I have probably given away my half-empty water bottle to poor kids five times.

A ...


This hotel, located on 9555 Kalayaan Avenue, Makati, is near Manila Ocean Park, Robinsons Place Mall, Avilon Zoo, and Pan de Amerikana.
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