Manila Airport Hotel
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... t here to do it for me, and my brother Eddie wrote me a lovely poem which I'll share with you now, but can I just say 'Thank You' to all my friends and family who took the time to think about me on my day, and made it very special indeed. Eddie's poem was followed by the Newlands family motto 'Life is what you make it, and we sure make it good', and boy don't we just! I love how Eddie picked up on my use of 'New lands" for my current adventures and I can't ...
... and gestures that we could not see with our eyes. At the end of the day, we would sit with our drinks and compare video/pics- it was an absolute blast! We began our day with 7am breakfast, and returned from our dives around 10pm. We ran to shower, ate dinner, reviewed our best shots and slept. It was an exhausting and cold 7 days but I couldn't have asked for better diving and company :) And I am happy to share some of my proud underwater photos from ...
... LOL, I just start laughing THINKING about this little girl! Ryzza is an 8 year old girl, who, according to my Ate Baby was born into a very poor family. Somehow, she was discovered and now is filthy rich and tons of fans all over the Philippines! This little girls is as cute as they come!! Just google her and take a peak... there are some youtube videos of her out as well - you may not understand a word that she is saying, but she ...
Quite frankly, it's not a question I'm asking but rather a statement... Well, I guess it's time to introduce myself before things get boring. Now this is boring, seriously. I don't even know where to start! Oh fine, I live in a world that requires standards. Sometimes no matter how hard you squeeze yourself to fit in, you just kept bouncing back. But hey! I guess I'm ...
... staying (Eddie's) has a tradition (Shaba Shaba) on every sunday dinner either eating at home or restauntant a meal that includes boiling or frying your own food at the table (so you need a big pot to boil the shrimp and veggies and a big electric bbq plate; to cook the meats and certain fish); dozen choices of fish, meat, shell fish, chicken, veggies; its real fun; Linda want to try in Hawaii ...