New Horizon Hotel
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... a free vibrating massage. So, for the rest of the flight I had to angle my legs across in front of the seat next to me. Around the same time as Miss Recliner Nazi 2014 was living up to her title, the "elderly indian lady" started morphing into "crazy old indian lady". She moved one seat closer to me. Then she started moving around. Arms and legs going this way and that. She faced one way, then the other. She did this for a while. I thought she was exercising or ...
... for these seven days. This is a constant reminder that sin must be removed from our lives and replaced with righteous attitudes and actions. We are to be on a continual path of striving for perfection - striving for sinlessness! Our brethren here in the Philippines likewise understand and follow the Bible's instruction: "Seven days shall ye eat unleavened bread; even the first day ye shall put away leaven out of your houses: for whosoever eateth leavened bread from the first ...
... statues. Nothing too impressive to be honest. Mike had a quick toilet just outside the China gardens. The girl who takes the money for using the toilets took a shine to me straight away. She asked me how old I was and where I lived. Once answering these questions she asked me out. She wanted to know if I wanted a Pilipino girlfriend. Should of said yes. She was cute.
We then took a quick stroll around the China gardens which was pretty, but we walked around it ...
... to everyone as “family” of some sort, so your parents’ friends are called your aunts and uncles, even if you’re not biologically related. So I got to meet a real uncle, and it was so obvious why I’m short! I also got to see why I’m super light LOL. My mom is probably the fairest-skinned of the siblings; my uncle is so much darker than me, that it’s like putting mocha next to milk! By the way, that analogy was used throughout my stay when ...
The pants that hung on the racks
It was easy to see that these weren't right for me
So I moved to the ones in the stacks
As I looked and I looked and I looked and I looked
It finally began to hit me
That no matter the style
No matter the brand
Not one of these pants would fit me!
I'm not a great man or that tall when I stand
But a size 32, (ok 33), was my wish
But the tags were ...