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... the years, and even though most things have changed, some have been kept the same way my family left it. I was surprised to still see the leaf-patterned glass window upstairs, and I swear it's the simplest things that get me. I spent plenty of time by that window, either watching the rain or learning my multiplication table.
It was a bittersweet full circle as we finished our Philippines trip in the same house I was born and raised in, full of lovely memories from my childhood.
... About 30 minutes in I started to get dizzy and have never been so sweaty in my life. Imagine exercising in a sauna room…you wouldn’t, would you? After an hour, I had a pounding headache and had to stop myself from puking. I stuck with it until the end, but the short walk back to my apartment felt like an eternity!
On Sunday, Art and Jowie gave me a tour of the city. Rizal Park is a large park in the heart of Manila and it’s a ...
... her midterms and other things. So, I checked out the mall by her house. I browsed in the National Book Store and decided to buy Wicked. I was acting like an English major with gasping all about the books in the store.
Then I ate at a placed called Burgoo. I was so shocked about the waiter calling me Sir Benny. Then, he kindly asked what I wanted to order. For the whole time, the staff automatically refilled my drink without me asking. Everyone spoke English! For ...
... worth seeing, and gives us more of a sense of the old city being an actual attraction, rather than an old wall, surrounding a load of ****** run down buildings. wall. The wall is made of solid stone, and it's probably as wide as the one in China, but it doesn't stretch for 6000 kilometers so it's still a bit if a baby. We get several comedy shots of some religious statues until a guard comes over and stares at us til we behave ourselves and leave. At the inner gates ...
... We went to this posh hotel called the Manila Hotel. It was so crowded when we arrived, and security was really tight. We then realised the President of the country was coming. That would explain it! Anyway the food was basically this huge international buffet of gourmet food. Ate more than I think I have in a week!
Walked back through Rizal Park, which is a huge beautiful space named after ...