Stone House Quezon City
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... will get married. The third day,we will visit the heritage palaces in Gyeongbokgung Palace and then we will go and have some fun in Everland on the fourth day. We will go to Teddy Bear Museum and Insadong to buy some pasalubongs. And lastly on the sixth day, we will stay at home and bond before my dad and sister go back to the Philippines.
However, we did not follow the itinerary because when we went ...
... had been in my office in tears - she was hearing voices. At lunch she was curled up on the window seat, hands over ears. Joy joy is 16years old, mentally retarded, abandoned as baby and raped as a child. She is a product of institutionalised care, having moved from shelter to shelter in her short life. Her name was given to her by one shelter, her bones analysed to determine her age by another. She has no one, nothing in her life other than the family she ...
... be a far more chilled one than the night previous, so I thought to myself why not. The jazz bar was really cool and the band were strong. So on my coca cola, I funked out to the sounds of the band engaging in numerous conversations with the people on the rather large table we had. Once done Nino insisted that we hit a speakeasy bar. So after a half hour journey and a hidden door which Nino gave his secret knock on to! We were led into a rather swanky, dimly lit, chilled out cocktail bar. ...
No much to do in Manila unless you are into Malls, so our last day together was just eating and drinking. Boracay is definitely the cushy intro into the Philippines (brewed coffee, hot showers, no pollution, no traffic!)...I have heard that the new Dan Brown novel refers to Manila as the "gates of hell"....makes me laugh!!
Boracay- we will be back!
Thank you GG for coming to visit. Love you ...
... on her hands, knees and back tell a painful story of neglect and abuse at the hands of her parents. As a little girl, Maria spent her days cowering in the corner, eyes tightly shut, arms covering head, whimpering as dustpans or brooms beat down from those people meant bestow unconditional love… “We were very poor and my parents were always fighting about money…I think I was a burden on them. I had no choice, I ran away.” At just ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility