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... give the price Josh was demanding otherwise he would leave again.
Because one of our smaller luggages were filled up by mom's item requests thingies, we had to buy another backpack to put in our stuff. Our choices were Baclaran and Divisoria, and both are equally as crazy. We picked Baclaran and we bought a big $20 bag.
I thought the main stretch of Baclaran was the one that runs parallel to the highway. There were side streets that ...
... Maybe they got it confused with Halloween. "A" for effort. After a delicious meal, we decided to go to one of the Philippines most famous dance clubs called, Republiq. We danced the night away and enjoyed a couple of adult beverages until about 3 am. Then we headed back to try and get a couple of hours of shut eye before our early morning flight. What a way to end our trip to the Philippines. Many thanks to all of ...
March 23rd (Sunday)
I slept in. It had been a long while since I could actually wake up so late. When I finally woke up, I ate lunch with Stephanie's family. Then I read Eat, Pray, Love.
For the evening, Stephanie's family took me out to eat ramen noodles. Currently, ramen noodles houses are the craze in Manila.
While we were waiting for our food, Stephanie and I got some bubble tea. I got the Oreo kind.
After dinner, we ...
... In typical welcoming Filipino style, Auntie Eva had already pre bought some things to eat, water and a couple of beers waiting in the fridge. I love this place! But it was late so straight to sleep and tomorrow I can see what all the fuss Webby has been making over the last few years has been about... Deano & Webby - well at least for a while I won't have the continual comment... When are we going to Philippines? When are we going to Boracay? ...
... afternoon and decided to use gift certificates for dinner at a Filipino restaurant. We missed it a lot! Don't get me wrong, the food in Nepal and Malaysia were awesome but I cannot live without Filipino food. We tried adobado and morkon and emptied both plates. It could be that we're both hungry or that we missed Filipino food or both.
My busy week begins tomorrow. It feels great to be home.