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Stopped for dinner at our favourite schwarma restaurant, not far from the hotel. Chicken kebabs and hummous and fabulous fresh naan!!! Unfortunately, no pictures.
Highlight of Manilla was walking the boardwalk along Manilla Bay, watching the men fish, all ages exercising, venders and massage "therapists" offering their services. Also enjoyed the SunCruise tour of Island of Corrigidor- former stronghold of American and Japenese troops where MacArthur promised his return. Found a great Middle East restaurant …
... beef skewers served with a variety of sides. We found an awesome restaurant being run by a charismatic group of young twenty something's that served a wicked spread of food for about $6 each. After a delicious first experience we decided to go back on the second night not only for the food, but also to visit the boys and girls who served the dinner rush. A relaxing evening sitting in a private hut was the perfect way to finish our last night on our first of two Gili islands.
... production, which of course made it that much better. Oline loves the theatre so what a better way to conclude my visit than doing something special for the two of us.
Now the holiday is over and shortly I head back to -3 degree Beijing, symbolic of the comparative ordinariness that awaits me, but maybe not. Oline will visit me for my birthday and we hope she returns to Beijing in August for the next year, so our life is full ...
... way again. There were more stops on this leg of the journey and the roads were better but there were some very steep declines as the bus got further south. The journey seemed to be taking forever and if I asked five people (including the driver!) when we would arrive in San Jose, I got five different answers and none of them close to eachother to work out a fair average!!! The bus passed to the east of through Bulalacao, Mansalasay & Magsaysay, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Palmas Hotel Manila
Front desk service somewhat indifferent. Internet access over $6 an hour. Internet Cafe nearby $2/hour. Although it is quite central, would not stay there again.
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