Kabayan Hotel Monumento
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... turned into a narrow single carriageway, traffic busy but flowing well. Motor cyclists were risking their lives driving down the middle of the road.
When we arrived at the village, Plaridel, we dropped Bobby off at the school where he works as the director. We then turned the corner, drove 50m and turned into a gate next to a house. At first I thought that it was a driveway but then noticed that it continued into a bit of a compound containing several basic dwellings. ...
... was in his home while filling my motorbike up with glass bottle for fuel, I found him working with brass and bone with his wife, when needing to pay for my petrol. I sat and talked with the man, and soon met his family and was soon in his little temple of a home. My drawings which I drew when working out at sea , and more in Bali, were soon transformed into unique Balinese style earing’s. I’ve since gained a true understanding of ...
I had spent 3 full days in Manila both alone and with family and or new friends/acquaintances. During those 3 days, I'd like to share with you what I've observed to be what a typical life here in Manila revolves around.
For those of you who have been to Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, and Washington DC, the traffic in those cities does not even come close to comparing to the traffic here. ...
... expanded during present era) it was dubbed as the first business district of this country,Escolta's glory days during colonial period and early 19th century transformed this area as the Philippines Sole Financial District open for global trade It was always the "First" in setting ...
... about language barriers and about not having ordered any foreign currency, but it seems American dollars are hot here, and there is no shortage of ways to change money. Hopefully I won't need to exchange any more- even in the airport, everything seems cheaper. I'm actually quite surprised at the sophistication of this small domestic flight terminal- there are tons of restaurants and cafes to choose from, ranging from japanese ramen and ...