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... the market. I keep one hand on my camera and the other one clutching my money. Baclaran isn't a dangerous but the pick pockets are supposed to be the best here. I'm able to find a couple things for Sharon here and looking forward to the fashion show she will put on for me.
The Mall of Asia is only a 5 minute drive away. Uncle Louie was looking forward to checking out the largest mall in the Philippines, so we pick ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... Manila bound via Talisay... Finally. Can't wait to be back in the streets of Manila getting called Ma'am or being heckled at for a tricycle ride... and I didn't think I'd ever feel that way!
In the evening, I decide to treat myself and spend the pittance of P202 (less than 3 quid) seeing Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire, a treat well deserved indeed (and may i say, considerably cheaper than at home)! Boy do i miss the movies sometimes...!
Tomorrow.... the night ferry to Coron... bring it on.
... as kids we always used to joke about chop suey- I thought it was always a bit of a myth and didn't know it actually existed! Just before sunset we took some san miguel beers (phillipine/Spanish beer) and walked (davo hobbled on crutches) onto the pier in anticipation of the glorious sunset that the sophias staff had told us about. To our left was another jetty with a couple of huts on the water- with 2 guard dogs keeping strangers away. We were so impressed with the place ...