The Malayan Plaza
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... blocks, and the streets run through it. Some stores are indoors, some outdoors, and it has to be larger than West Edmonton Mall. We were there for the entire day and never really felt grounded on our location!! We were about the only tourists we saw there, which was really strange. It was 98% locals, and finding tourist items like postcards was actually tricky. We found that most items were about on par with Canadian prices, except for the food ...
... the port was relaxing and beautiful as our driver explained more about life in Taiwan. There are 16,000 temples and four major religions. 78% are Buddhist. Of the original people 90% are christians.
This turned out to be a really charming village and a wonderful tour. We had no idea what to expect but we were very impressed.
Our location today is Kaohsiung Taiwan. It was originally a fishing village. And is now the largest shipping port on Taiwan. It ...
... 140 pesos. No way, everybody around comes in to express his/ her opinion and finaly I'm obliged to give him 70 pesos. Colette was walking on a sidewalk. Suddenly a mother offers her her little boy" Just take him with you", she says. A French couple was coming back to the hotel. They saw an old lady laying on a pile of garbidge half dead from drugs. People have to step over her in order not to step on her . They are shocked and decide to visit the zoo to change their ...
... and take a much closer look I noticed all those postcards with third-world countries with the poorly structured houses are now staring right in front of. It was uniquely beautiful and oddly some what familiar. As you can imagine being surrounded by thousands of people all talking in a language you cannot speak nor understand is quiet overwhelming. Then again traveling to a foreign country and going through multiple security checks doesn't ...
We spent the morning looking into our onward travel options, and eventually decided that a bus to Legazpi was our best bet. It seems that one cannot book tickets online or over the phone in the Philippines, so off we went in the sun to follow a sketched map to the LRT station, and then a further walk to the Philtranco bus terminal. People queued politely to purchase their tickets from the tellers in a manner that we were still regarding as ...