Kabayan Hotel Pasay
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... well have come from another world. Perhaps it's no coincidence that these were also the best three places, by a Welsh country mile, that we visited. The beaches and the mountain scenery were spectacular and made the visit worthwhile. Once here. In particular Banaue stands out as one of the most beautiful individual sites on the planet. But even so, because of the effort it takes to get here I'm not sure I would recommend anyone follows in our footsteps. Because most of ...
... to a different part of the world to see how other people live. I saw families working together to rebuild homes. I saw children inventing games for themselves to keep entertained. I saw students walking home from school in uniforms. Cows, chickens and pigs grazing in the lawns. This was real life and it was a simple and beautiful life. I feel grateful to be able to experience life in so many different parts of the world and encourage others to do the same.
... are manic and I love all the lights on the way, there are stalls set up with decorations and because it's a Catholic country there's plenty of Christmas displays and Nativity Scenes and lights which is completely different from other countries I've visited recently. On arrival we all ordered food and got acquainted over a couple of beers before going to watch the Christmas display with it's music and people dancing, and the whole place is lit up from the sky ...
... felt pretty awkward because we had no kids and took the front row of the train. Whatever, they live there and can go there anytime they want. This is me time.
It was pretty fun to be around kids. I work in a commercial area of Manila so I don't see that many children either at work (obviously), on the walk to work, or at the hotel. I can't say that I generally enjoy other people's kids, but it did bring me some joy to see ...
... house and could see LOTS of people between the cracks, and tables dressed in white linen and chairs covered with linens and pink and purple covers! When I walked through, they all screamed "SURPRISE!" Woah. As they began to sing "Happy Birthday" I looked around and saw familiar faces and new faces alike, including my future sister in law, Angela! As I went around greeting and kissing each family member, I was overwhelmed with emotion and ...