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As I've mentioned in a previous blog, the influence of the Spanish on the Philippines runs very deep. Starting in the mid 1500's the Spanish colonizers came to these islands to colonize and harvest gold. The local population had already repelled the explorer Magellan, killing him and repulsing his force. But when the Spanish arrived, they overpowered all local resistances (except in the far south) and in essence made a colony out of ...
... enjoyment of being up close to you too obvious.
Got back to the hostel. Had a short nap. Went up to the roof garden for some drinks with some of the others in the hostel. Got my bags ready for my early flight. Went to bed.
Things I have learnt today:
Not to judge food by how it looks. Sometimes.
Not to put your monkey half in your bag on a crowded Jeepney. It will fall out. You will be very sad. That's all I can say about that ...
... in the greater metropolis Escolta lost its status as the premiere business district now we can only appreciate its remaining historic buildings as part of cultural heritage and its architectural styles that make us appreciate the arts, As a researcher of heritage tourism i enjoyed ...
... in the shittiest neighbourhood, filled with prostitutes and gangs and pickpockets. This obviously isn't what the rest of the Philippines is really like and we can't wait to get island hopping but we are both exhausted from travelling and desperately running out of money so we are not in a good mood. Hopefully things will brighten up tomorrow and we will start some hardcore sunbathing and diving ...
... several of the leaders I heard that it's training of future leaders that's needed most. We are realizing how important that is not only here in the Philippines, but also in other places of the world. We are planning to do just that with multi-day seminars to be held in various parts of the country starting in December.
Finally, I appreciated the time spent with senior pastor Earl Roemer with whom I spent 12 days in travel. He is a close friend whom I have ...