Perla Mansion Condotel
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Woke up at 4AM.
To Terminal 2 Ninoy Aquino Airport , by Driver Mel.
Terminal is modern,better than the old Terminal One.
they have siopao and pandesal with corn beef in food shop in the aiort.
Talk to a Pinay house help ,Working in Romania.
The terminal fee is 550 pesos.
Flew via PAL to Bangkok ,Thailand.Took 3.5 hour .
The plane was Airbus 340.
Good lunch by PAL.
The new Bangkok Airport is really huge.the toilets ...
... to gather a bit of annoying paperwork and have our passport photo digitalised on a cd, what a waste of energy and resources!! Anyway, methods in third world countries make no sense whatsoever: a taste of what's to come.
That sorted, we take our time walking around the city to return to our area. The city is messy and home to a record amount of people begging in the street, especially children. ...
... along with the ship.
Then we stepped back in time to the creation of the Earth and the volcanic nature of the Filipino islands, before moving on to the early inhabitants and how they lived. This included some rather bizarre anthropomorphic burial jars which were used for second burials (i.e. after exhuming the dead...). Moving swiftly on, we came to learn about the vast numbers of ...
... we enjoyed sharing a few stories over a drink then off to bed. Riding scooters, surfing, bartering, sun bathing and Corey buying us a drinks on Kuta beach was a great first day. Pedal biking through the villages near Ubud was great fun! Breakfast by an old Volcano, tried some interesting tea and coffee, held a large spider, toured a family home in a village that made bamboo woven mats, walked through the rice fields and helped the locals beat the rice out of the stems. Challenged ...
As I've mentioned in a previous blog, the influence of the Spanish on the Philippines runs very deep. Starting in the mid 1500's the Spanish colonizers came to these islands to colonize and harvest gold. The local population had already repelled the explorer Magellan, killing him and repulsing his force. But when the Spanish arrived, they overpowered all local resistances (except in the far south) and in essence made a colony out of ...