Great Eastern Hotel
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... grandma is 90 and still likes to walk around, unfortunately she has Alzheimers and is partly blind. It was good that I was able to have conversations with her, even though they were mostly reminders of who I was. I had to tell her that she has a daughter named Francisca, and that we live far away now. She apologized for not remembering, and told me to send her regards to whoever, wherever I was going.
Observing little Carla entertained by her iPad and being looked after ...
... well worth it. It is just as beautiful here as when we came last year.
Ate Bing, Lala, Jackie and Boboy were patiently waiting for me at the airport. They didn't even make fun of the amount of luggage I brought! What nice people lol
... Manila began as a settlement on the banks of the Pasig River, and its name originates from "Maynilad," referring to the mangrove plant known as Nilad, which was abundant in the area. Prior to the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century, Manila was home to Muslim-Malays, who were descended from the Arabs, Indians, East Asians and other Southeast Asians. In 1571, 50 years after ...
Today is our last day here in Manila. We leave tomorrow Monday morning for home. What a trip this has been! I want to share some of my thoughts and observations.
On the final day I just caught up with my work while staying at the hotel here in Manila. I took a walk about the Makati distrIict where I'm staying. Lots of tall buildings...hotels and offices.
In the evening we capped off our trip with a gathering of several families at the home of Bong ...
... old Jesuit Provincial house that previously occupied the site. They were able to uncover portions of the floor as well as a cistern among others.
We then entered the church. We started at the site of the church’s altar where secondary burial niches were located. Portions of the church cemented floor were excavated as well and yielded different parts of the house previously occupying it. They were able to uncover ...