The Linden Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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... like a circus with these very colourful lions and dragons, We see another Temple after that and we head to the Chijin Old Street. This area is more representable and we look at daily life of Chijin and stroll through a market with strange food like dried shrimp and fish and things I cannot make out. The extra time we enjoy sitting in the shade in the park looking onto the Ocean. Like we do not see enough of that, ....but it was lovely. ...
... did a free guided tour of Manila provided by our hostel which was great, we got to see all the sights I'd previously researched on Trip Advisor and the guide (boody) fed us plenty of information on the history and culture. As we were getting off the train for our first stop, I noticed a guy trying to steal my sunglasses which were hanging on my vest between my cleavage, I shouted at him and he dropped them in shock! Luckily I picked them ...
... Manila has been a lot nicer to me than I expected. I was of course in the nice section of the city mainly but I really didn’t feel unsafe at any time. Just very alert.
I asked a man from Coron on the boat trip over if he liked Manila. He said no (which I expected) and he said ‘because it was over populated’. I was expecting a comment about the poverty or filth etc, I've never considered ‘overpopulation’ and wondered what he meant. ...
... little chap, who looked a bit like Yoda and insisted I called him "Browny", for no obvious reason as I doubt this had anything to do with his name. His English was pretty good and he called me "Attorney" [I had decided that a white lie about my current status of employment was better for both me and Browny than a dissection of the wisdom of leaving one's job] for the duration of the seemingly lengthy ride to whatever bar he had in mind for me. He laughed a lot ...
... any reason my fear all dissipated and when asked if I wanted to hold it I said yes with barely a thought to it. I walked up to it, touched its hard muscular body and warmth was not what I expected. Then the village boy put it on my shoulders and I was suddenly doing something I never thought possible, holding a snake. Loloy took pictures and suddenly my unprovocated longstanding fear had passed. We finished our day at an overlook park where I posed with a famous actress.