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... want to go back to see the midget boxing. As we approach the hostel I hang towards the back and as we walk past I slip into the hostel entrance without anyone noticing. I make it into the hostel just in time to throw up. Rice. Yuck. Wash face, brush teeth ready for bed and hope that after a good nights sleep I'll feel better.
Things I learnt today:
Do not let people talk you into going out if you know you feel ill and/or not up for ...
... minutes to the Chinese Cemetery.
The cemetery was crazy.
We knew it was opulent and full of ridiculously fancy/expensive mausoleums- the fanciest of which cost 3 million pesos! (around 700,000 canadian dollars? ish?)
The cemetery grounds covers 5.7 hectares and is rows and rows and rows of beautiful Buddhist, Catholic and Tao mausoleums, some 2 or 3 stories high, complete with toilets, balconies, ...
... So to provide a little pictorial flare, I've included a few more things that I just like from around here. No big story, no life lesson, just things I like.
The "In God We Trust" sign is on top of a building just east of the hotel. It was the first thing I saw in the daylight on the first morning I woke up here. It made me smile.
The next picture is of the inside of my elevator. When the elevator goes up and down, you can hear chains ...
... now a big group that your company caused great
inconvenience). I asked what time, she said again with no affection that
I immediately surf the net and looked for the recent law posted for
cancellation of flights and I quote: "In case of flight cancellation
attributable to the carrier, a passenger shall have the right to:
(a) Be notified beforehand via public announcement, written/published ...
... happy to be in Manila. This was Juan's first time back since he left as a 17 year old. 47 years brings a lot of change and you could see it on his face. It made my day to hear "Howzit Ben?" because I love it when he says that phrase. We showed the family to their room and we got ready to go get some dinner, they were starving.
We hopped in the Fortuner and went to an eating area near The Mall of Asia, the largest mall on this ...