The Executive Plaza Hotel Manila
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... with whiplash. We were meant to just have a quick browse around the mall, but Amelia doesn't know the meaning of window shopping - something I'm sure she gets from her mum! She did manage to limit herself to just a pair of shorts and a top though. We caught the monorail and interlinking jeepneys back to a supermarket near Moon and Sujin's place. We wanted to get them a little something, as a token of our appreciation. They both love chocolate, but neither had even heard of ...
... knows what it will be like when we get to Mumbai as that's where the majority of the staff come from. Our trip today was to see a volcano in a lake and have lunch at a nearby hotel. That part of the day was great and the weather was sunny but not too humid. However, the journey back to the ship was a nightmare with all the traffic- Manila is another place where I would hate to ...
... to present the report.
in the Philippines there are 24 churches served by seven elders. There are more than 700 members. It is one of the liveliest of UCG's international areas. The people are certainly a joy to be with. I personally have relished every moment of my visit here and through my last two visits and this very full day of discussion feel a close bond the the leadership and ...
Woke up at 4AM.
To Terminal 2 Ninoy Aquino Airport , by Driver Mel.
Terminal is modern,better than the old Terminal One.
They have siopao and pandesal with corn beef in food shop in the aiort.
Talk to a Pinay house help ,Working in Romania.
The terminal fee is 550 pesos.
Flew via PAL to Bangkok ,Thailand.Took 3.5 hour .
The plane was Airbus 340.
Good lunch by PAL.
The new Bangkok Airport is really huge.the toilets ...
... Just up a ladder was a loft with room for two single beds with lots of extra room for our stuff. We were steps away from the beach in station 2. The main beach is divided into 3 stations; station 2 being right smack in the middle of all the action. Our fist day here was the last day of the Easter holiday. This is usually the busiest time of yr. The night life was pretty bumping; many singers at restaurants/bars, fire dancers, clubs on the beach and lights & music everywhere. Many of ...