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... Mark and several other lovely staff members who had all been so friendly and helpful during our stay. Uncle Hernan was waiting outside with the Pajero for our final "chauffeur" driven journey of the Philippines. The hotel we were lucky enough to stay at in Manila was the Intercontinental thanks to Ravi having yet another family connection on the staff. It had a gym and a swimming pool with beer shop nearby. So we went to the ...
... and spend the miles you've earned! Miles have expiration dates, so be sure to use them before they expire. Often you can use them on items other than travel, so check out your options and get to spending.
Bring an empty water bottle. We all know that bringing a full bottle of water through security is a big no-no. If you don't want to be stuck paying a premium for bottled beverages after security, bring along your own empty bottle ...
On the last day of our trip, the girls and I decided to visit Binondo (for my sake). I have never been to Binondo. I just heard of it but I never really even imagined what it looks like. I didn't even know that it's the oldest Chinatown in the world, so when we got there, I was like, "Oh! This is Chinatown!!!!".
First, we went to the famous Ho-land for a taste of their yummy hopia ...
... some minor injuries. Off the 15m (highest platform), Darcy, Breanne and myself suffered some kind of injury. Darcy bruised his read end, I bruised my inner biceps and Breanne seemed to tear a muscle in her right leg. Snorkelling was cool as we got to see lots of sea enchants, blue starfish and even some clown fish! Breanne and I decided to skip the kayaking to enjoy more drinks on the cliff side. The boat ride back to Boracay was not so fun for Breanne as she lost her lunch; the ...
We met back up with Rose and Fabion and headed back to Malate, where we were joined by a Filipino girl named Twinkle for dinner.
We had Filipino food from a street restaurant, eating on essentially patio tables on the road.
This was my favorite dinner so far- BBQ tofu, garlic mushrooms.
The carnivores had a spicy pork soup, BBQ skewers (chicken, pork and bacon wrapped eggplant) and ...