Networld Hotel Manila
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... Church and Convent which used to be originally the house of the Franciscans in 1891 who had a church built the year after.
From here we went to the St. Agustin Church and Museum which had an admission fee (PHP 200 per person, no student discount). Since we were short on cash by then we decided to skip it.
Then to the Manila Cathedral where Tez wasn´t allowed to get in because her shoulders and knees were uncovered, but they let us have a look at the interiors ...
... at work, Filipinos strive to have light, fair skin; they stay out of the sun and use whitening lotions. I told them at in the US, we use lotions to give us the look of a tan! Very interesting what each country perceives as “beautiful”.
I can’t believe that July is almost over! Brett is coming to see me the last weekend of August and that can’t come soon enough. He’ll spend a couple of days in Manila ...
After 22 hrs. of air travel, I arrived in Manila, Philippines. I flew from JFK to Dubai to Manila via Emirates Air on a Airbus A380. My seat was spacious, no one sat next to me and they could not have given me more food....3 meals and several drink services.
Jamie Furello met me at the airport as he arrived just a few minutes before me. ...
... to see beautiful French Inspired beaux-arts buildings in old Manila 5.Calvo Building Yeah ! Calvo Building is the sister of Navitividad Building of same architectural style on the second floor of this building is the Escolta Museum a little museum known for different artifacts ...
... those in the Church to those on the street there is a beauty and calmness that is part of their makeup. I never saw angry impatient drivers (which there MUST be some, somewhere, I'd imagine). The bond in the families is very strong and obvious. A Filipino that comes to conversion is truly a gem of a person in beauty outwardly and inwardly.
From the start of the trip in Mindanao in the south and seeing the Macaraeg family work and relate to one another ...