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... Havana and its reputation. LOL - You know they're not just "friendly" right? Hahahaha...we don't hang out there because we don't wanna be mistaken for "working". So even if it seems fun over there, we really avoid the place...even lady boys (as they call them) frequent the place."
So there you have it, boys and girls...that's how my first night went in one of Manila's hotspots of Makati.
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... set aside a bit of money to enjoy the luxury of manila! We managed to book into a 5 star swanky hotel for our last night and it didn't disappoint! On arrival after paying through the roof for a safe taxi we were greeted by a mass security team. 3 secured gates on entry for the vehicle followed by sniffer dogs and men with huge guns all complete with a metal detector and a more than thorough search of our bags. Well we certainly felt safe ...
... the entourage of short-skirted, smiling hookers approaching me. That is until Monica got out of the other side of the taxi and their smiles disappeared and they stopped dead in their tracks. Oh well. We checked in and crashed for about 24 hours - that would be the 25th and into the 26th.
We explored the inner city for three days. Manila went untouched by the recent typhoon. There really isn't much Philippine culture to ...
... chicken salads and a coffee, 3 pm transfer to the airport, 5.30pm flight on China Southern Airlines to Hanoi via Guangzhou - China. Something tells me the Philippines has been a good introduction into the whole solo travel experience due mainly to the fact that the English language is second nature to all Filipino's but its going to harder now that I'm moving from a country where there is bound to be language barriers, I'm getting exhausted just thinking about it, hopefully I'm ...
... are going to Holland thru Groevenbeek College support. they shared also some tips when we arrived in Netherlands.
and by the way! what a small world-- we met Kuya Vinson's friend Mel.
Kuya Vinson our dearest I.T guy volunteer was sharing to Mel about Young Focus since last year.
mel is a midwife and she is willing to drop by and see how she can help Young Focus. i shared to her that we are starting in ...