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The next day we decided to go to Manila with Berto's cousins to celebrate the 4th of July. In the Philippines they call it the Filipino/American friendship day. We checked into the Remington Hotel and then went to a Louisiana style restaurant for some steak and ribs. The restaurant was all decked out with American flags and the wait staff were …
When we got to Our hotel in Manila it was 1 this morning. It was mid-day back at home so I only slept for 3 hours. We toured around Manila with Filipino doctors that were spending the whole trip with. Manila is the most developed city in the Philippines. It's also over populated. I felt like I was at summerfest, but it's like that everyday. Driving …
... and was called to check in. At least if they wanted proof of onward journey I could complete the transaction quickly and show her. She didn't ask. She was very pleasant. Sent my check in bag off. Quickly completed my flight booking before the website changed it's mind. Everything happens for a reason eh?!
Get to my hostel in Kinabalu. The taxi drops me in the dark street and drives away. The flight was delayed a bit so it's about 1am. I heave my bags to the ...
... state-like, dozens and dozens of caucasian men are openly soliciting prostitutes and no one seems to care. Monica and I chose to spend the nights inside rather than risk the streets and the locals we talked to said that was smart.
Anyway, our plan was to use a few days in Manila to adjust to the climate and culture, get over jet lag and shake this bad chest virus we both have. Well we have adjusted to the heat and are ...
... This place was enormous. Just coming off stomach sickness, I was pretty selective. Although there were a ton of fresh fish items, a century egg, some sort of fish legs (those Darwin fish were right!), a bunch of seafood salads, and some sushi labelled "tuna explosion", I went with lasagna and salad, one California maki, a fried seafood roll, some black and white cheesecake, and some chocolate mousse. I felt a little lame taking ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRemington Hotel Pasay
We stayed at Remington for 2 nights before flying to Aklan. It's not like the hotels in America;) Whenever you walk into the hotel you go through security. It's like that for almost every hotel, mall or building.
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