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... looked for accommodation. We were both tired and didn’t want to walk much, so we stayed practically in the first cheap place we found. Its name was Santos House Pension and we paid PHP 610 for a double room per night. The room was furnished with private bathroom and fan, but we had to use a bucket because the shower didnīt work well. They also had cheaper rooms with shared bathroom for PHP 490. There was no WiFi and the place was relatively far away from the walled city ...
This week was fortunately quite uneventful. I had a 24hr flu on Thursday, but luckily with some extra sleep and some meds, I was able to kick it quickly. I went to a really nice local day spa for a pedicure and manicure this weekend. Instead of using large massage chairs with heated water for your feet, this place was "old school". They had comfortable lounge chairs that allowed you to almost lay completely flat while a pedicurist brought in ...
... size and its classic clock on the center, it is now owned by a local banking company.
This is one of the well preserved buildings here and due to different restoration project in Escolta, Manila no wonder this building almost totally occupied ...
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 ...
... and oh so refreshing.
We grabbed a cab back to the hotel and quickly felt asleep.
Friday was another MOA day, and our friend from Lezo who is now working in Laguna, a suburb of Manila was going to meet us at MOA. Another LRT trip, even more crowded and then a real Jeepney ride to the Mall. This trip again illustrated the money gap, as we saw two young kids jumping from Jeepney to jeepney trying to get some ...