Greenstone Serviced Residences Makati
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... Rachelle got her open water dive license. We took ferrys to a little island called Siquijor that apparently if outsider Philippios go to it, they get a curse put on them by witches. We may have been cursed cause I keep stubbing my damn toes everywhere ( could be the flip flops too). We also made it to Negros Island, Malapascua Island and Palawan before heading back to Manila where we are right now until tomorrow morning. Once month total. The Philippines ...
... and found San Agustin Church. There was a wedding going on in there. I then went in San Agustin Church Museum. It was huge but, honestly, wasn't really my thing. However the gardens on the grounds were beautiful. I left and got the Jeepney back. By this time it was 5pm. Traffic was mad. The Jeepneys were really crowded. It was hot, sweaty and very crammed but quite enjoyable. Again it reminded me of Egypt in the crammed, hot minibuses but this was better. No men ...
Taken to airport by Edmond and Daniel Macareag early and departed Davao at 10 am for the flight back to Manila.
Air traffic in Manila delayed the flight on the ground and in the air, but I was able to pass the info to Rey Evasco who picked me up and took me back to the apartment # 205 & #206 at the Church hall. I had dinner with him later that evening.
... and we trapse off round the park, which in all fairness is reasonably lovely. There are people selling kebabs with cheese for 80p, (I dont buy one here either) and hats depicting the minions from despicable me. I am very tempted to buy one as they are very silly. The whole park is centered by a giant fountain, in which the are some people are washing, wading and swimming. There's also a bunch of busts/statues of important Philippinos. More finger up nose shots and there's ...
... He was very attentive and always thinking ahead about what needed to be done. He is really on the ball and helped us with the few travel problems we had travelling between Manila and the Visayas, He was always joyful and fun on the entire journey and I already miss being with him.
Seeing Jed Sy and her brother Jong Pilapil was a heart-rending and challenging event. Two young people in prison for the rest of their lives. I am hopeful that their ...