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Monday morning we were up early to head to the airport to fly to Manila! Happy because we are heading to a nice hotel with Air conditioning and hot showers and sad because we are leaving friends and family behind. Katherine, Alvin and family are coming with us.
The flight was uneventful and the landing fine. We gathered out luggage and headed out front where a family friend with a van was picking us up.
We were having lunch at Mainstreet, ...
... an impressive site - beautifully designed with simple views of the city as the backdrop. Nothing deters from the serenity here.
We then see various sites of monuments, statues and buildings pertaining to the diverse history of the Philippines. The footprints of so many countries can be found here and I would imagine that most visitors can relate to something. Jim is anxious ...
... ll go with that! I say this since I’ve since been in the houses of family members who live in what we would consider large shacks with the most primitive of electricity and plumbing, to those who have cable TV, internet, and multiple staff members employed to help run the house.
The easiest way to talk about my trip is, of course, by the chronological itinerary. I left wrapped up my contract at Poly on Friday, August 30 and by Sunday, September 1st, I was off on ...
... status update service (text); - which we never received and I
bet a lot of passengers for that same flight experienced the same.
(b) Be provided of the following, if she/he is already at the airport at the
time of the announcement of the flight cancellation; sufficient refreshments or
meals (e.g. snacks consisting of at least a bottle of water and a sandwich, or
breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a voucher for the same, as the ...
... be a far more chilled one than the night previous, so I thought to myself why not. The jazz bar was really cool and the band were strong. So on my coca cola, I funked out to the sounds of the band engaging in numerous conversations with the people on the rather large table we had. Once done Nino insisted that we hit a speakeasy bar. So after a half hour journey and a hidden door which Nino gave his secret knock on to! We were led into a rather swanky, dimly lit, chilled out cocktail bar. ...