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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 …
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- …
... they are because we are too stupid is becoming commonplace.
We managed to keep hold of our passports and money all the way to the Philippines which was
an achievement in itself and we landed at Clark airport, 2 hours north of Manila. We then caught a bus down to our hostel at Manila airport arrived about midnight and were then up at 5.30 for our
flight to Palawan. Upon arriving in Puerta Princesa, we then had a 6 hour drive in a minibus to El Nido where ...
It has been an exciting week! Laura got a stomach bug or something and was out for a day and a half but is just fine now. Besides exploring the city some more. We had the opportunity to meet up with Dave and Lorna Joannes and really sit down and hear their hearts and visions regarding their ministries. We also discussed all the amazing connections God has ...
... hears back from the "helpful" supervisor.
DAY FIVE - Wednesday
- Russ decides he’s had enough. There’s other things he needs to do and our driver has time to go to Binangonan to see if the chief is back from leave and has signed the paperwork.
- He writes a letter authorizing our driver to handle things on his behalf and gives him is license for ID ...