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... br> session and went home again. The rest of the day I actually spend around
the pool, getting some sweet sour chicken and relaxing a bit. Probably
going out tonight and some shopping tomorrow.
... stairs leading up to the caves also look pretty daunting. Al takes one look and decides he is not doing it as his knee has really been acting up. Rick, Jan & I start up the 272 stairs. At least they are proper stairs and there are platforms at intervals up the climb where you can rest and catch your breath before continuing up. There are monkeys here and I must admit I am not fond of monkeys so I keep a close eye on them as I am not interested in loosing my ...
... packets of nuts all in a plastic bag. Not a very good idea as we soon found out when the mo keys snatched the bag out of your hand. Our guide was quick and rescued the food and hid it by wrapping it in his T shirt. The monkeys actually took the food quite gently but did like to jump onto your shoulder to check out your supplies at close quarters. As you can see Chris was ok with this but I jumped out of my ...
... our hotel where there really wasn't anywhere on the ground to view it and unsurprisingly wouldn't have been safe at all. Mum and I, in the beginning, would get out of bed to watch them but had to ignore them if we were going to get any sleep. Finished the last Pretty Little Liars book!
Penang Muslim took face mask off to eat
... a quick trip there and back stepping over the human remains and the, er, human remains (there really was **** everywhere) we found ourselves at Hotel Winston, overhead mirrors and three hour rooms a speciality. And Winston really was a high point. It was clean. And we were left alone. We can't say the same for the rest of Manila, the worst city I have ever spent 24 hours in anywhere in the world.
So we hung around in the hotel room under the mirror all day doing, er, ...