Travel Blogs from Makati
Wednesday 5 May, 4.51pm, Makati
Mabuhay! Guess what? I'm still alive! I have been shockingly lazy in my blogging of late, I know, but in all honesty I really haven’t had much to say. And I’d rather write nothing than write meaningless nonsense.
Pause for the obligatory joke of but -that’s-all-you-write-anyway- …
After a relatively painless flight, and a breeze through immigration and customs, the standard wrestle with taxis brings you back down quickly. I guess airport taxis are dodgy anywhere, but even after explaining many times that I've been here before, and know what the standard rate is, I give in. All I can think of is shelter from the oppressive …
(d) Be endorsed to another air carrier without paying any fare difference,
at the option of the passenger, and provided that space and other circumstances
permit such re-accommodation - Instead they told us we will be
"chance passenger". They should prioritize us first and not
wait for a vacant or empty aircraft that will come along. What if the next
"available aircraft" the next day, can they compensate the ...
... phone calls from anyone,not from the police, the hospital or even from mom. Ten minutes later, mom showed up with a bag of her special mamon from Goldilocks. She was at a different entrance all this time waiting for us patiently!
Anyway, happy ending to this story, she was safe and sound, her house got cleaned and she got her special mamon.
Moral of the story?
... center. Flood control measures have been taken and the concrete homes will be much more stable against the elements than the slapped together homes that were lost. There will be 2000 of these homes in total at the 8.8 hectare site complete with their own toilet, wash basin, and electric lighting. Although they are simple,one room dwellings, the home partners who have already moved in must feel they have died and gone to heaven. ...