Lancaster Hotel Manila
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... whose messages reinforce the theme of the Days of Unleavened Bread and what God asks us to do. When we took up the offering (which is only done on annual Holy Days) we enjoyed "Minuet in G" played on the violin by Monica Santos, one of the teens in the Manila congregation. Following the sermonette we also enjoyed special music, a vocal duet presented by husband and wife team of Blessed and Gary Trillana. Following services we enjoyed snacks and fellowship until after sunset. ...
... just so kind and thoughtful. They had to be somewhere in the evening so we went for a walk around the city and got some food (in case you're wondering, yes it was awful).
On our second day in Manila, we ventured to a dive shop in Makati. It had been reviewed well and Dave had a big list of things here wanted to buy. He managed to get everything for half the price it is in England so he was happy. After a successful morning, we decided to get a taxi to ...
... you think I have a lot of energy, meet my family. They are some of the hardest working people that I know. My youngest cousin rises between 4-4:30 each morning in order to prepare for school. She takes TWO jeepneys across town to her international school each day to study and hopes to become a judge one day. I have nothing but the utmost respect for her work ethic and aspirations. I feel proud of her and my other cousins, but humbled at the same time for the relatively easy life that I ...
... br> And then he returns with two pairs in his hands
And didn't bother to ask what I thought
He directs me take them and go try them on
To see if I like them or not
I do as I'm told as at least it's some progress
And walk to the men's fitting room
I delight at the chance as I look at the pants
That perhaps this'll be over soon
I try to put on the first pair that he brought
But eventually must take a ...
... hands. Oh ****. I'm in some kind of upscale joint and I'm trapped in the corner.
I take the menu and start looking through it while my gloved waiter stands attentively as I browse. Man alive this is uncomfortable. I'm seeing words like "foie gras" and "crusted sea bass" and I'm trying to think of some way to get out of there. I'm not against higher end food establishments, and certainly if my wife were here I would be excited ...