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I sit here in the Airport in China and soon ready to board, arriving in Los Angeles. I have a whole lot of jewelry with me, a massage table, and soon a car. My journey will start in southern California making my way north. A sales tour, a visit to friends, time to reflect in my ...
... but it really was just more of the same, with the exception of a huge skating rink which was fun to watch for a bit.
We tried a few different types of food with the family - Italian, Korean, Chinese. even vietamese at the Mega Mall.
It all ended too soon, and we packed again and were ready for our flight home the next day.
Manila was a good prep for heading home, but really, it was kind of a bust this time.
... were placed there by aliens :)
We also got to experience a tribal village in the countryside on our trip down the Loboc River. We boarded a floating restaurant which offered us a buffet of Filipino food to try. When we got to the small village, the people there welcomes us with music and dance. The little children were there to greet us.
Being that the typhoon and earthquake had damaged much of the island, many of the roads, ...
... while I'm here so it's maybe time to give something back!
My first impression on Manila is fantastic, instantly I love it, it's chaos... I can't believe all the transport and in particular the jeepnays which are the coolest things ever, honestly I've never even seen a picture of these before and I don't know how they escaped me being such a 'petrol head'? They're the most common means of public transport in the Philippines and are known for ...
... able to say a prayer before the relic of St. Therese and then we found our way to the (air conditioned!) adoration chapel which was beautiful (and cool!) After the rush of the morning, we stopped for breakfast at the "Pancake House" where I enjoyed, not pancakes, but longanisa and rice... YUM, a traditional Filipino breakfast. As much as I love pancakes, I can have that anywhere in the states, but longanisa, ONLY IN THE PHILIPPINES!