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... to Manila, the most painful part of the flight, but then it was an easy cab ride to the hostel and to sleep.
Today I just woke up early and am on the hunt for some breakfast.
So far, Manila is as described.
Dirty, busy, noisy, a lot of heartbreaking poverty.
I do notice the men are extremely extremely friendly? Even to me in my ...
... that are within it. Just outside the walled city is Fort Santiago, most well known for being the place where nationalist Philipine hero and author, Jose Rizal, was held prisoner and executed in the late 19th century.
The street vendors were especially pushy in this area. It seems possible that the employees of that Dead Sea beauty products kiosk in the mall are drafted from a pool of Filipino ...
... br> Credits:
Thanks to my dearest sister Jeans for giving me a guest pass to the Philippine Fashion Week with a free cocktail to enjoy. Congratulations RUSTY LOPEZ! THANK YOU..
.* To my niece Mia for the Victoria Secret Products on my birthday which she sent to me from
California to Pennsylvania.
* To Jeans again, for the Dorthy Perkins purse
* To my cousin Bebot for ...
I was invited to go to my friend Minda's wedding to her fiance's hometown Cuyo in Palawan. I had no idea where this Island was until I googled it. First thing that popped up is that Cuyo is known as the mecca for kite boarding! Minda didn't have to convince me any further.. I'm in!
... catching up with them on Negros in the Visayas.
But before we get ahead of ourselves, I'm happy to report that this trip did not include an unscheduled night in Chicago due to maintenance. Or a pit stop in Anchorage. Or the last-second delivery of my luggage to make the connection in Tokyo. Then again, this trip also didn't include any flights on United Airlines and actually began in Los Angeles so that may help explain the relative lack of ...