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In the morning I visited the cemeteries where Lolo Rey, Lolo Pael, and Tito Benji are buried with Tito Jesse, Mama, Tita Terry and Tita Auring. Afterwards we had a surprise visit to Lola Linda and Lola Chit in Paranaque. Tito Choly and his partner Archie were also at the house. Tita Jesse locked the keys in the car. The lolas gifted us with many knick knacks. Lola Chit has a mug with a penis handle, ...
... We really bonded while talking about her desires to come to the US while making sure her son is taken care of; her boyfriend is now in the US military, so maybe one day she'll be able to make this come to fruition. Adrian is a sophomore in college; I didn't really get to spend much time with him, as he was only able to come home for one night from school. But he loves American culture, tv, and movies, so we had lots to talk about in our short amount of time. I will say this ...
... is way over priced. Some drivers will even refuse to do it, insisting on the price they've set. So this issue resulted in me taking forever and a day to get to my new hostel with my things. Luckily in the end I was rescued by two local girls who hailed down a taxi for me and sorted him out. Once I settled I was off to the mall to hunt me down some nike.
Got me some Nike after a lot of procrastination and currency conversion mulling over. Set me back £55 ...
... Republic but are looking into their work here in the Philippines. We observed a great deal of poverty. When we visited the San Mateo site I met a man by the name of Don who is helping the pastor with the people. He took me to his home and it was about half the size of the hut we built at FBC. He sleeps on the dirt floor each night and says he prays for his pastor and Brett Durbin and Jon Demeo and the ...
... and the neighboring islets held out against the Japanese to deny the use of Manila Bay, but the Japanese Army brought heavy artillery to the southern end of Bataan, and proceeded to block Corregidor from any sources of food and fresh ...