The Linden Suites
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- Swimming pool
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... a rabble of rude taxi drivers shouting at us so I’m getting akin to drowning out crowds and walking on, but Bitung was different. There was this genuine excitement in the town; almost as it One Direction had stepped into Indonesia unannounced, it was so infectious. Everyone was smiling, asking for photos, so happy that westerners had chosen (well, not chosen) to come to Bitung especially and visit these people – turned out this was only the second ever cruise ship to come ...
... easy it was to get there (on the same busy street), I would have walked. I'm wearing a formal barong for church today that was loaned to me by Earl Roemer who is always so ready to share and give.
We arrived at the church hall. The choir was practicing for the special music to be sung at services. I recognized a lot of the people from my previous visit. Many of them are Facebook friends. Mr. Joel Murallla from ...
... I believe it is often voted as one of the worst airports in the world and I can see why. It's huge, signage is minimal and facilities are basic. However, it does provide free wifi so it gains a few points for that. The flight from Manila to Puerto Princesa was over an hour late - there really is nothing to do at Manila airport. Still, at least the flight wasn't cancelled like some of the others at the terminal. I had feared I would have to spend the night in ...
... out in song. Voices are loud enough to hear across the room and it’s not unusual for other people to join in. I often laugh because I think about how different it is in the Buffalo office. If someone started singing at the volume that the reps here do, I’d have to pull people off each other as punches would be thrown! Maybe I’ll pitch a series to FOX that is a combo of “The Office” ...
We checked out of the hotel and set off to the Intramuros - the older, walled part of the city which surrounds the fort. A jeepney ride took us to the southwest entrance, and a short pedal-tricycle ride proved a cramped way to reach an artillery battery mounted on the high walls. With the heat already sapping our energy, we stopped in a 7eleven for breakfast before entering the fort itself. Originally a ...