Grand Villa Hotel
Travel Blogs from Makati
... are renovated Jeeps left by the US Military after the Second World War. They have now been converted into busy, colourful means of public transport. Sometimes so heavily overloaded that you see rows of men or children sitting on the roof (something I've only seen in pictures). The Jeepney ride was fun. We sped along the streets beeping at all the possible pick ups and the other motorbikes and cars weaving around in front of us. As people get on and off they ...
... have far better things to do than ticket offending drivers. Hence, we had complete freedom to drive toward Baguio according to our own speed and comfort LOL. The roads still sucked though, and at one point, we nearly became stranded on chewed up gravel. But thank God, we made it, and what a pretty city we encountered. Being in Baguio, in the fresh, cool, and wet mountain air reminded me of being in Boone. What a difference altitude can make! Dennis went to high school and college ...
... vintage stuff that reminds Escolta and Downtown Manila as whole during it's Booming Years it also showcase the records of different important companies that had office here during Escolta's Heyday
6.First United Building
For art deco building enthusiast this ...
... of war were forced into the infamous Bataan Death March.
... customer service? Mas
grabe pa kayo sa mga di nakatapos ng pagaaral.
you call yourselves professionals? Shame
on you! You have no right to
call yourselves professional people. You don't know the meaning of it.
Presidents, CEO, Stock holders please help your
customers. What's wrong with your customer service team? Were they
not properly trained? Even the flight stewards do not show any
emotions. They ...