Oakwood Premier Joy-Nostalg Center Manila
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... he made himself.
Of course they covered Hotel California, my least favorite song :) But otherwise it was a wonderful night!
The owner is an old Filipino hippie with long grey hair, a great laugh and a great sense of humor.
Later Noy found out I was Canadian and played me his 3 favorite Canadian songs- Neil Young's "Heart of Gold", Ian Tyson's "Four Strong Winds" and "If You Could Read My Mind" by Gordon ...
... the River, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." Joshua 24:15
Every great battle cry is rooted in the belief that there is power in single moments; that the steps we take today will be the journey's of our tomorrow. But those journey's, like the mercies of God, are renewed every morning with each new step we take. As I ...
... In the end, I let it go and assumed that he knew what he was doing. In a country where cock fighting is legal, I was hoping that a 75 peso unintentional markdown on some no stink socks weren't enough to get me into a Filipino prison. If they did, well, that's still one heck of a story.
I don't have pictures of the staff of the Cecil B. DeMille epic in the men's accessories area of the department store nor do I have pictures of the Maude couch in my ...
... to pay the exit fee. Surprisingly we were only charged $30 US for the two of us. I remember having to pay more the last time and had read the same. It must have been due to the exchange rate this time around, a 15,000 per dollar difference.
We made our way to the gate and settled in. A lady and a couple were there sitting next to us. I asked the man if he knew if there was a time difference between Bali and The Philippines. ...
... Gulf) in early 1942 and attacked Manila from its landward side. The American and Filipino troops under the command of General Douglas MacArthur, retreated into the Bataan Peninsula, west of Manila Bay. The fall of Bataan on April 9, 1942 ended ...