Islas 8817 Guesthouse
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... and some say it happens at 4 a.m., not p.m. I will not come back.
I took photos of the Pagoda and a unique train station that I used the following day, but I cannot find all those photos now! If I locate them later I will add them to this post.
Filipinos love their Karoke! Here in Manila there is a Karoke place on almost every corner, it seems. I see one that says "yoo sing". (I don't!).
The Mall of Asia is here. It is the biggest ...
... Terminal 3. After being told "next time, we will not transfer you between terminals more than once" by an airport worker, we finally found the left luggage section and dropped our bags. The Manila airport was NOT a friendly place and most people working there didn't know their heads from their holes. We decided, after speaking to a Phillipino woman from Toronto in the customs line, that we should spend our day at Market! Market!, a ...
... for a certain kind of competition.
We finally made it to the Walled city of Intramuros, which was the oldest part of town where the Spanish built their fortress in order to defend the city from attacks. It’s the most touristy part of the city and even if there were a lot of people offering tours we decided to walk and see it by ourselves.
There are many things to see inside Intramuros but we just wanted to see the main ones, so we first passed by ...
... was definitely on something. He did however take us to the correct bus station and a stroke of luck the bus was there and ready to pull away so it was straight on no waiting around. Once the bus left the big city though the scenery changed dramatically and the entire 8 hour journey was full of beautiful views of mountains, coastlines and one of the most lush green landscapes we've seen including thousands upon thousands palm ...
... dive weekend at Arthur's with the MAD group in February.
In March we went to the St. Patrick Society Ball with Bill and Aneda.
And there were other random events. It's been a busy beginning to the year!