Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Manila/At Mall Of Asia
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... and the coral just a bit lower down. Well the water didn't even look blue, the coral was about twelve metres down so you couldn't really see much from the surface. The water was warm and we did see small jelly fish, however due to the length of time getting there we only had less than a two hour window to go into the water, go on the submersible and visit the viewing platform as well as fit in time for lunch. Now I have likened the experience ...
... walked around the mall and had a coffee in the Starbucks on the ground floor. This coffee shop has an outside area that looks out to the large illuminated globe.
From here I got another taxi to Ermita because it was well after lunch time and I decided that it was time for a beer. The taxi took me to The Manila Bay Cafe, (MBC) being a well known bar ...
Today is another big day for us as we near the end of a most memorable journey to the Philippines. Today 93 people will meet for services on the Sabbath. Most are from Metro Manila, however a few came from San Carlos and Baguio City in the north. One lady traveled 7 hours to be here by bus. We had 146 for services last week in Davao. It's been a great visit to see so many of our Filipino brethren.
The night wasn't good for Tom and although we'd signed up to do Tour C today it was never going to happen as he was struggling to get out of bed (very sore all over). Jen managed to get our full deposit back and stocked up on electrolytes, water, coke and Gatorade for Tom. It was a full day in bed for Tom, ...
... five years ago. Among those are old bottles, coins, and a whole lot more. The reconstruction plan is also exhibited. This section of the walls was destroyed by the Americans during the Second World War to have better access to the Pasig River.
In 2008, a team from the National Museum started excavating the site formerly occupied by the squatters and was able to uncover its original base. Because of this, they were ...