The Executive Plaza Hotel Manila
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He was barefoot, and with what appeared to be very little effort, he climbed up the 20m long coconut tree swiftly, steadily and with rhythm. When he reached the top he stretched out for one coconut and gently twisted it off the bunch before releasing it to the ground. He repeated this a number of times and five coconuts later, with the same rhythm and efficiency climbed down the tree. He used his large sharp knife to cut open the young coconut which immediately oozed ...
... walking spaces, so I decided if there was an emergency it would be easier to jump through/over the bunk beds than try and escape by the passage ways. I reckon the stupid things people do in panic cause more deaths than the original danger. The boat was packed given everyone had been stranded for days but it wasn’t over-packed I was pleased to see. There were a few other tourists on the boat but they were not my type so I stuck with the locals much to their delight. ...
... we found the city a little bit dangerous and decided just to take a taxi from there. We didn't want to put our safety in danger for a few dollars. We first bought some food in the shopping mall and then we took the taxi from there. There was a line of people queuing for the taxi and after waiting for some 20 minutes we jumped into one. The final price was PHP 175 with a meter, not that bad.
When we reached the airport we did our self check-in and printed out ...
... the dimly lit room annoyingly illuminated.
There's a 4DX theatre in the area so I decided to go see Hercules on Sunday. In addition to the 3D experience, the chairs vibrated, shook, moved up and down and side to side. Water sprinkled down from the ceiling and warm and cold air shot out of the chair's headrest and footrest. It was like being on a Universal ride for 1.5 hours. I have to admit that the first 30 minutes were really ...
... to Cafe Adriatico where I drank an SMB and reflected on the day and the whole trip as this was my last night in Asia before returning to the UK and work.
In the evening I returned to G Point where one of the drummers from Toto was introduced to me. The live music was very good as always and there was plenty of dancing. I took a taxi to NAIA Terminal Two at about three in the morning and began the long flight home.