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... the National Council will be staying. Our meeting will all day Sunday.
With Larry Darden and Earl Roemer we had a get-together. Abraham Lorenzo went to get us some fruit and juice.
In the evening we had dinner right here at the hotel Actually a very pleasant restaurant, We were Earl, Larry, myself along with Abraham and Gracielle Lorenzo who were wonderful to be with. Nice young couple. Both of them just went ...
... table feel like we're in normal office like in uk. We discuss the issues that deaf Filipino are facing- no hearing aid, put deaf people very basic jobs like cleaners, burger flipper etc... Made us realised how lucky we are, we got amazing education going to college, university etc... hearing aid. It pretty long meeting, no point for me to explain more depth because you might too boring to hear about my and Abaullah's politician's ...
... spring rolls. Bicol Express has pork, hot chilies, shrimp paste and coconut milk, served over rice. Brett and mom and dad Crandall would love it. I’ll make sure to get the recipe and make it when I get home. I am amazed at how much rice is eaten her. Rice is served, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I have to comment on the joy of music that the people on our sales team have. Throughout the day, several ...
... early lunch before heading for our hotel.
Other than a few kids begging in the streets (and in McDonalds until the security guard kicked them out), and a few roadside traders and tricycle riders, we were left to our own devices as we walked towards our hotel. People stopped to let us pass with our big bags, and smiled or said "hello" if they caught our eyes, which all felt quite unlike our experience of Asia to date. We realised we'd walked past the ...
We walked from our hostel through streets teeming with people and traffic, fighting to breathe through the exhaust fumes. There were glimpses of the lively Filipino culture, such as a brass band driving by in the back of a truck and the kids playing basketball in the street. In the square, old men read the papers as the kids' game went on around them. As always in Asia, the youngsters shouted hello and posed for our photos, climbing on a statue in one of the ...