Orchid Garden Suites - Manila
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... it's amazingly well stocked and everything is in abundance. We were looking for sunscreen and I noticed one staff member was wiping each individual bottle of lotion and placing it perfectly on the shelf to match the other hundreds of cosmetic bottles. I should've taken photos of the Hypermarket products because it was almost like being in a dream....it was all so pristine!! So, back to our current flight. I usually find airplanes quite chilly ...
... head for Chijin Old Street for a glimpse of daily life in Kaohsiung. It is here the city was first developed. Many food vendors and shops along this street.
On one street there was a tree with white bags tied all over it. It was a mango tree and they were trying to protect the fruit. We stopped at a market for our final stop bUt it was lots of dried seafood. Charlene bought dried eel. YUK. We sat on a beach and watched the views.
I started the day again ...
... where the philipino had their base against the japanese in the war, and also where rizal, the hero, was kept, tried as a rebel, and sentanced to excution. The park was very interesting. We got a jeepney back to the hostel, showered, Nd wenT out to dinner. We ate in a local place across fromthe hostel, and it was cheap and nice, so we were happy enough. The next day, ren agreed to meet us again, she had taken a ...
... moments. But I want to end on a happy note so besides the lack of sleep I'd say it's a good first experience here. My favorite part was riding the elevator to the top floor and looking out to see the beautiful city with all the buildings, and the mountains that laid in the background drop dead gorgeous! That's all for now until next time! XOXO
Ps: I apologize for any grammar or spelling errors. I'm still VERY jet-lagged...
... through the streets of Manila. Each vehicle seems to be named and uniquely decorated by its owner / driver, who stops anywhere people or jump up and down sufficiently to grab his attention. Once on board, the 8 peso (12 pence) fee is passed along the line of passengers to the driver, who then sends any change back in the same fashion.
We arrived at the National Museum, eventually found ...