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... could join I was the first to run downstairs and sign up. The ceremony itself basically didn’t have too much going on for passengers; it was in short a gunging with food and a small ceremony, like a trial, accusing us of on board debauchery, it was actually quite fun. At least it was fun for the first 10 minutes, once the beans and custard started drying in my hair it was hardly my most decent hour. All in all I’m glad I got involved, as with most things on the ship I ...
... us. Everything was so intimate and touching. Actually they are NOT poor people they have everything I would say even more than most of us.. This is the real way how people live on the southern part of Manila. I never imagined that I can see something like this. All the good and positive feelings were coming to me and I was just standing there speechless and tried to realize how lucky and grateful I was having this memorable experience...
... around until I come to a skating rink. There were about 150 people skating and all of them skate worse than me. I was going to strap on some skates but I would have ended up teaching strangers how to skate. Think about the last two sentences... crazy eh? ... only in the Philippines.
I take a break from shopping to check out the DaVinci exhibit. It contains many re-created inventions from his collections of works ...
Emerson employees and business units have been making sacrifices to help the Red Cross and other relief efforts. Christmas parties have been cancelled or turned to fund raisers, budgets have been analyzed for refunneling of money, employees have made contributions of cash and goods.
Money that was raised purchased relief supplies for a repacking effort based on the Red ...
... the Seaside market! You wandered around the fish market choosing your seafood, and bought it by weight (we chose squid and LIVE shrimp). You then go to one of the restaurants next door, where they cook your chosen seafood. However you like. It was a lot of fun.
For our next stop, we are off the Apulit island resort in Palawan (my birthday present from mark) for some relaxing beach time, and to get dive certified!