The Executive Plaza Hotel Manila
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... at 2:40pm, and was also delayed, with no explanation, other than our plane hadn’t arrived yet. Finally, at around 4:30pm, we taxied out onto the runway, and seemed just about to take off, when the pilot came on and said the flight was canceled, and that we were going back to the gate. We later learned that Busuanga is a "visual airport" and that planes can’t land after dark because they don’t use radar and the pilots need to be able to see. At least ...
... provinces and were only paid if they spoke to a customer who then bought them a drink. I'm sure there were seedier undertones, but that seemed genuine and the drinks were far from exorbitant so I passed a couple of odd hours at the end of an odd day at The Piano Bar, somewhere in Manila.
The nonsense of my day wasn't quite over. Firstly I was deposited at what initially appeared to be an entirely different airport from the one I needed by the taxi ...
... The most delicious I have ever had.
The hotel had a little bakery next to the restaurant so I was able to pick up some pastries for my hosts who came with their driver to bring me to their home.
Oh the home, where do I begin! Maybe with the six cars they had in their driveway...or the fact that when you walk in to their massive living room the first thing you notice is the basketball hoop and half court that is there to greet ...
... I have to assume that the underpass just collects all the fumes from the vehicles.
The area that I live in is called Bontifacio Global Center or BGC. It's a wealthy area with many office buildings, malls, restaurants and parks. I see young professionals or even nanny’s walking dogs and babies. However, just a 20 minute drive and you can see shanty towns with stray dogs and ...
... on the other side of the island. He was determined to go back to this market and barter for 2 live lobsters and 2 live jumbo shrimp. Being a spectator to this moment in time was quite entertaining. Darcy was determined to pay 3000ps ($75) at tops. He made his way around to every vendor but they all would either toss in smaller live lobsters, dead lobsters which some guys tried flicking their tails with their fingers behind to make them appear to be a live, or even just tell Darcy to go ...