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... I like it... I'm here for 3 weeks and there is plenty of time to see the sights that I want to see. Ate Baby sat down and wrote out my agenda for the next 3 weeks anyway so I know what's ahead... plenty of things to do/see and she built in rest days as well! :) I feel like that makes it a true vacation!
I'm not 100% what the rest of the day will entail, but Kuya Ronnie keeps talking about bowling :) We'll see!!
Cheers, friends! :)
... customer service? Mas
grabe pa kayo sa mga di nakatapos ng pagaaral.
you call yourselves professionals? Shame
on you! You have no right to
call yourselves professional people. You don't know the meaning of it.
Presidents, CEO, Stock holders please help your
customers. What's wrong with your customer service team? Were they
not properly trained? Even the flight stewards do not show any
emotions. They ...
... the United States was restricted from improving the fortifications by the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922. After this, the U.S. Army constructed the Malinta Tunnel, with its series of related laterals, to protect its military stores and ...
The restaurant is very small - only 10 tables and a hockey stick shaped bar near the front door. I started with three sardines served on oil soaked bread with green peppers for 25 pesos each. Very tasty - the chillies added a nice kick. I also ordered a glass of Sangria which was a bit too sugary for my taste.
For my next course I went upmarket and had the Jamon Serrano for 445 pesos. This was served on a mound of grated cabbage with warm crispy bread. ...
... 2 hours later, we all took a taxi to the Powerplant mall, a mall close to our hotel. When we got there, we explored for a while, and ate supper at Kenny Roger’s Roasters. I had spaghetti and meatballs with soup. It was delicious. After eating, we walked around for a while, and we also got a DHL Box so we could ship some things home. After going back to the hotel and relaxing for a while, we went to sleep. Thanks for ...