Greenstone Serviced Residences Makati
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... yeh right!!! First we examined all the freebies in the room with ridiculous excitement! There was even a phone in the bathroom...why!? We managed to get a room with a beautiful view from our balcony overlooking the bay :-) then we spent ages deciding which pillows from our ''pillow menu'' we would like...people actually have these issues daily, its a hard life for some hey!? Next on the agenda was jaccuzi and pool time! More of the ...
... magically disappears and he starts offering a price. We turn around and walk towards another taxi, whose driver is gesticulating wildly. He says the other taxi driver is a crook, and we should never have gone anywhere near him. He agrees to use the meter, we get in, and move off. After a couple of hundred metres, I notice that this taxi's meter isn't moving in the same way as others have. I am about to say something, when the driver comes out with a story that he won't be able to pick up ...
... the young kids. And unlike in Cambodia, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Laos and other Asian countries, where the kids were cheerful and friendly and offered something to you - they would lead you to where ever you wanted to go, sell you inexpensive books, etc. - these Philippine kids just put their hands out in front of you and say "Give me". It is a long way from cute and soon falls into the category of disgusting. When you walk by them, ...
... the scale at 52lbs… I looked at the scale, looked at the man and he waved his hand and said "Close enough!" and quickly took it off the scale and threw it on the conveyor belt. We had just dodged a $75 bullet! After check in was complete, we ate an early "lunch" with my brother before we had to go through security and get ready to board our first flight to Detroit.
I was a bit nervous when we had booked our flights. You see, I've ...
... for our upcoming adventures in Holland.
it's already late for our lunch time----karena will not make it also for school test...
but she is confident that her teacher will give chance to take it another day!
we ate at McDonalds. 1 piece chicken joy with 2 orders of rice for students, even for me..hahahaa,.
then it's time to go home--we decided to get off at the nearest train station near Makati ...