The Bellevue Manila
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... into their family with open arms and hope to be able to see them again, maybe we can convince them it's not that cold in Canada!! I was very spoiled staying with them, Ray and Edward made sure I got around and home safely. Thank you so much to the Pereyra family for welcoming me into your home and I hope this won't be our last meeting.
Happy Valentines Day!!- too bad we polished off the cinnamon hearts a few weeks ago.
So finally we took off on our 5 month adventure.
However our adventure began with a stupid 3am flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur. We had to take this flight so our flights home at the end of our trip worked out better. And the best part is the fact that this will be our ONLY stop over for our entire 5 month trip.
Staying up till 3 was hard work as we wandered around Tullamarine Airport where there was nothing open.
... heart with the Lord:
A little girl asks her father why the Lord doesn't tell her what she should do right away. He responds by saying when I send you off on the train when do I give you your ticket? She responded by saying right when she got on the train. He responds by saying why do I give it to you then? She says, well I didn't need it before then. Exactly.
God's timing is PERFECT. He is never late, even though we can get frustrated and think ...
... to Manila! There was an immediate difference in appearance and personality once I boarded my flight on Cebu Pacific. Filipinos (I’ll never get why we spell the country’s name with “Ph,” but use “F” to write the nationality…especially when there is NO FREAKING “F” SOUND IN THE PI!!!), are a mix of Asian and Spanish ancestry and ethnicity. I sensed this immediately and was greeted in perfect English with what is referred to as ...
... the world. It was absolutely huge. Next to an enormous Farris wheel we dined at Giligan's, a place that served local food and a live band. We ordered beer and a bunch of different dishes including roast pig and pancit. Everything I sampled was fantastic, especially a dish of roast pig with a dark sauce with green onion. I could keep eating that all night.
We were right on Manila bay and walked out to the seawall. It was pitch ...