Oakwood Premier Joy-Nostalg Center Manila
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a Persian place. Roy was telling me why he was in Manila and interesting things about his life.
For our meal, he told me that chai was supposed to be drank during or after the meal to help with digesting the food. I drank some lassi at the beginning at the meal.
After our dinner, I took the cab back to Stephanie's house.
March 25th (Tuesday)
Got up late again. So nice to not be on a tight schedule. I told Stephanie that ...
... sat on scaffold poles, which is another one for "Health and safety at work". This probably needs it's own blog as there's loads of them and we're only 10 days in. There is a massive restoration undertaking going in, with people reconcreting stuff, planting trees and all sorts of crazy ****. Big chunks if the park were closed come to think of it, especially the spot where Rizal (he's the guy that they made their Hero/Martyr when they reclaimed independant just before 1900) ...
... 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 ...
... with bagoong (shrimp paste), And for dessert I had fresh coconut, known as buko, served inside the coconut with Ube or yam flavored ice cream. What was great was that I experienced the real Philippines with a local who helped savor its culinary treasures. In all, an exceptional first day back to Manila.
Welcome to my travel blog documenting the next several months of my life working in the Philippines as a WHO consultant for the Stop Transmission of Polio (STOP) Program.
As a bit of a background, the STOP Program is part of a global public-private initiative led by different partners (e.g. US CDC, WHO, Rotary, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, national governments etc.,) with the goal of eradicating polio ...