The Malayan Plaza
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Me and my friends did Couchsurfing. In Manila spent only 2 days but it is enough time to get the right impression. The city is not a tourist attraction at all. Lots of people, smog and horrible humidity. Although I liked it very much it is so alive! People were staring at and followed us with big smileys. The population is appr. 12 million people, can you imagine??
The best experince of me was the place where we stayed for the night, we got ...
... table feel like we're in normal office like in uk. We discuss the issues that deaf Filipino are facing- no hearing aid, put deaf people very basic jobs like cleaners, burger flipper etc... Made us realised how lucky we are, we got amazing education going to college, university etc... hearing aid. It pretty long meeting, no point for me to explain more depth because you might too boring to hear about my and Abaullah's politician's ...
... out in song. Voices are loud enough to hear across the room and it’s not unusual for other people to join in. I often laugh because I think about how different it is in the Buffalo office. If someone started singing at the volume that the reps here do, I’d have to pull people off each other as punches would be thrown! Maybe I’ll pitch a series to FOX that is a combo of “The Office” ...
We had been wondering how we'd fill this time, but Cebu Pacific and Manila airport teamed up to solve the problem for us - it would be spent queuing! After over an hour spent at bag check-in, we paid the fine ("departure tax") to leave the country and then waited in line for a further hour or so at immigration, much of the time with no-one manning the desk... The flight began boarding ...
... I ate dinner with Stephanie's family. Filipino food was served and it was so light and healthy. So yummy. Stephanie's mom brought KFC for me because she was not sure what I would eat.
"The box is for you." She smiled.
"Really?" I said.
"Eat!" She laughed. "Breakfast isn't served until nine tomorrow."
Later, Stephanie came home. We hugged and cried out of joy to see each other.
March 22nd (Saturday)
Stephanie was ...