Pearl Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... t understand why they didn't have a cheese and tomato sandwich option!!! lolol) and culture show, which were both lovely. On our way out and way back we hit the Manila traffic and it was something else, our guide told us that if you can drive in Manila then you can drive anywhere in the world...and I can well believe it!!! Unbelievable, I don't know why they bother with any lines in the road as most of the time you can't even tell what side of ...
... on a personal visit and visited with the Singapore brethren on December 27th. The Singapore church is about the same size as our Hong Kong church. Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia brethren here are cared for by resident pastor and his wife, Mr & Mrs Don Goodger from the Australian home office who visit every six weeks or so. Our room does not have Internet access, however through a Earl and Abraham we were able to get ...
... landing with lots wobbly but finally in Manila, but we felt annoyed that's we had to go though the health check forms, the real reasons is lots of foreign men come for Filipino girls! Pleased emirates looking my rack sack after so I picked my rack sack up and looked for VSO-ICS sign board realised the UK interpreter were there! The VSO in country assistant Took us to McDonald for late dinner as we really hungry even I ATE ALOT OF ...
... floating by in the wind and there is not a human being in site. It looks like the “Walking Dead” out there without the Walkers.
Luckily I have electricity, but I can still hear the howling of the wind over the TV. Apparently the strongest of Glenda hasn’t even hit Manila yet, so I’m just going to enjoy the electricity while I have it and see what happens….I’ll keep you all ...
After our first feeding site, we drove up to the second feeding site. We started by walking through narrow walkways with house and little stores on either side of us. A lot of the people had small farms with chickens and geese. The strangest thing we saw there was pink chick that someone had in a cage. When we finally got to the site after a while of walking, we saw about 70 kids saying good morning ...