Networld Hotel Manila
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the only one I didn't seem to have on my phone. We managed to get around purely because Mark had a phone with internet, so I could get on to my emails. We got through security without any hassle and through to the departure lounge where we hunted down some food. And then it was time to say goodbye. It seemed quick and almost as though we'd see each other again tomorrow, but the truth is, it'll be two weeks before I see my wife again, and that's going to be pretty ...
... only for them to jump off again. Eventually, he picked up enough speed to shake them off.
Jun, the guide, who looked about 15, surprised me with his knowledge, and although it was quite a lazy way of me seeing Intramuros it was actually quite good fun. He had trouble understanding my accent, and hopefully couldn't read my face when he said we were going through the USA (United Squatters Area).
Last night, I noticed quite a ...
... they are embracing, kissing each other on the neck. Hello sir! You want smoke? Head shake. An older western man frowns, disapproving of the local children running past his table as he eats lunch. Hello sir! You want girl? Head shake. A young man kneels at the pew, hands in prayer. He wipes the sweat and tears from his face with a folded handkerchief. A man holds out a gold medallion in a red cloth, "priceless artefact", he whispers. I shake my head. How can I ...
Time had come to leave Cambodia and board our first plane since leaving India, a 3 hour flight to Manila in the Philippines. A late night flight not helped by the fact it was delayed by 2 hours we arrived in Manila at 4am, we had nothing booked but was hoping to get a bus out of Manila as soon as possible although with very little information available it could prove difficult. We had read that the bus company was called DLTB ...
... dorm mates who were all really nice. Unfortunately they were all leaving the following day. We shared experiences and stories on the places we have been. Tina gave me some good information about places to stay in Boracay island. She was then telling me she was heading to Cambodia in April so I filled her in what to see and do. I ended up giving her my book about the killing fields. I thought it would be great for her to read it before going there. After a good hour or ...