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Well we coped it! Now i can say i have survived a typhoon. It started raining just after we arrived in our hotel in Manila. We wanted to leave the next day, there was just no way, everything was flooded, planes grounded, shops closed, no electricity, water up to our knees in some places, trees and banners all fallen down everywhere, what a disaster!
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... explore. Many islands are covered in palm trees and have their own little sandy beach. We concluded the day with dinner on the beach and listening to a talented regae band. Not wasting any of our presious time, we rented motorbikes for the day to explore El Nido. We ended up going to three beautiful beaches. They all were undeveloped and goregous. Palm trees galore. My dad ended up buying some bananas from a phillipino family. The deal was 4 bananas for 5 pesos. My dad had a 20 pesos ...
... setting the sea wall and the sidewalk and gardens adjacent to it was filling up with street people who were staking their claim to some space for the night. People were getting ready to eat and sleep anywhere that they could lay their head. The levels of poverty in Manila is more acute than in any other city in the world that i have visited and it casts a shadow that affects your mood and general feeling ...
... in only a couple hundred yards from the train, bus and jeepney stops. I enjoyed visiting brethren before and after services, many of whom have been here for decades - one since 1964. After the brethren left, I talked with the elders till into the evening. A very dedicated group.
It rained the afternoon I arrived, catching me off guard (as it does in these climates) drenching me as I walked ...