Copa Businessman's Hotel
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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 ...
... the mild climate of the Bay Area. As we drove along we were swarmed from either side of our car with motor bikes, tricycles (a motorcycle with a side car) and jeepneys (a crowded small bus that carries passengers, which is the most popular way to travel in the Philippines). We stopped along the way at a travel agency to make a tour to see the famous underground river on the island of Palawan in a couple of days. After a couple hour detour I soon learned what Filipino time ...
I headed back to the hotel for a wash and brush up and then I was out again, first for a drink and something to eat on the terrace, then to the money changers which is very hndily next door to the hotel. After this, I headed for the Manila Bay (LA) Cafe at the junction of Salas St. and Del Pilar Street. The bar was lively and I met a guy from the North of England and we had a few ...
... that they were alive.
As we turned the corner, there they were. My god daughter in the hands of her cousin on the plaza, along with many of my close friends from Bliss. I scooped her up in my arms squeezing her tight and giving her kisses. She didn't seem phased at all, although her older brother seemed somewhat upset as he sat on one of the chairs set out on the plaza to dry. Seeing each one of them lightened my heart, but the damage to the community was ...
... 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.