Metro Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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11:15 AM Oh boy. Alert alert We're in Terminal 4 of NAIA and we can see large smoke clouds coming from what looks like a really big fire. Not sure exactly where it's coming from. But it doesn't look good. Ok so we found out the fire originated from a residential area, specifically a slum. Hope everybody is ok. --- Did I tell you guys I don't have a hairdryer, and I'm always out of luck with trying to borrow one. --- 1:06 PM Ugh half hour delay. Wow they really crank ...
... quickly before going outside to find a taxi. We found the taxi quickly but the taxi ride was long. When we stopped for a traffic light, 4 girls ran up to the window and started waving.They asked what my name was and dad said it was Bella but they couldn't understand him so the taxi driver said that it was 'bee-la' and then the girls go 'ahh beela.' When the taxi started to move they had to run away otherwise they would get run over. 10 minutes later we ...
... on stairs or on benches. And the streets are really dirty; often, the smell of open sewage is horrible and I've seen several street-dogs and cats inside-out, rotting away on the road. But, as in many Asian countries, the difference between the poor and the rich is huge. The rich drive big cars, wear branded clothes and eat in fancy restaurants. But I realized that, in contrast to other Asian countries, the poor and the rich may live in the same neighborhood. One moment you pass ...
... destroyed (there are 4 other centres catering to the rest). It was extremely hot, repetitive, physical work but as always friendly people and good banter got us through and kept us working at a decent rate. They are very grateful for the extra hands as they are struggling to keep up with the workload and there are not many volunteers locally (I think mostly due to the higher poverty levels than in Manila).
Back again tomorrow for another solid days work!
... the people inside saying "bata," which means child in Waray. My heart began to race, moments after he disappeared amidst the wind, rain, and debris he emerged with a bundle in his arms, clearly a baby; his wife gripped his arm from behind fighting the currents to stay together and hold on to her other son. This time I had no reservations opening the door and letting Carter run out in to the dangerous storm to help them climb over the wall to our complex. ...