The Oasis Paco Park Hotel
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... patiently waiting for my headphones to begin "The Theory of Everything"
Our flight was slightly delayed, but we are now taking off as I write now. It's scary to see the Manila lights below us, and I feel slightly emotional, but not as much as our flight from Panay to Manila. I feel like I am not saying goodbye anymore, as the light of the light of the trip was Panay, CapizNED and my street kids. I have said those goodbyes, and now I am jus numb in the ...
... time to find out where we are and which road I want to head down. I'm going directly to the immigration office with the hope I can get my visa this afternoon and head straight out of Manila on an overnight bus.
I walk along the road for about half an hour on my own (pepper spray in hand as I haven’t worked out the risk factor yet) and eventually I am guided to the jeepney I want. I did find that my backpack on my back had been opened a little bit by someone when ...
... to Jim. 'Please do something about the light. Can't you invent something to change the lighting?' Jim is always inventing things so it is not such a strange request, and he is obsessed with the Discovery channel. He thought about it for a minute and then said, 'Okay, I have an idea.' He got up, found his Swiss army knife, cut the neck off a 1.5 litre water bottle, stuck it over the bulb with two band aids and placed a sock over the bottle. Perfect, at least we had ...
... Here they are: jackfruit, mango, bananas, tapioca, sweetened garbanzo and mung beans, milk flan, sweet coconut, purple yam, agar agar, sweetened rice, cream corn, vanilla ice cream, evaporated milk and very importantly crushed ice. I got 6 correct since she wouldn't count "some kind of bean" as correct. Oh well it was really good and definitely unusual and the cheesecake that we had with it was nearly as good as the ones I used to make and sell back in the 'Nati.
A bit ...
... and hills along the way. According to Google Maps, this trip should only have taken 3.5 hrs...I think it was more like 6 or 7! We had to fight the same obstacles as in Olongapo, but all spread out over country roads. I covered my eyes on more than one occasion as we sped by slower cars by using the opposite lane. Cousin Dennis assured me that we were fine as he had lived and driven in Manila for many years. It seems that driving lanes and speed limits are mere suggestions in the PI. ...