The Heritage Hotel Manila
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I decide to go to the Philippines for 5 days. I have 1,055,400 wons. I will show you my schedule. At first, i need to purchase a ticket. If i buy a ticket at the same day, it should be expensive, so i have to reserve ticket 2/5 to 2/9. I spend 427,000 wons for airplane, and I plan to go to the Boracay. It also need to go by airplane. I spend 90, …
... respite from the traffic noise, so we sat for a while watching all of the families and couples who had come for a rest. At the end of the lagoon sat the Rizal monument - the same shape as the famously phallic Washington monument, only a lot smaller. How unfortunate. As the sun went down, fountains in the lagoon came on to resemble dandelions. It was a nice park to spend a bit of time in, but was as crowded as most places here tend to be. Everywhere around us were ...
... more food and a beer will be the way forwards, but Ant and I ended up with the worst beef salad ever (whilst Mark wisely choose pulled pork tagliatelle). The beer doesn't help either so we switched to water and go sit in our seats to wait for the race to start. Az meets us at the start of the race and although it was an exciting start with Rosberg almost over taking Vettel, it soon just becomes a slow race with Vettel dominating and increasing ...
... incredible crystal clear waters and white sand beaches. Not touristy (yet), so a truly lovely experience with the locals. Work. It is hot hot hot. No aircon, 4 people to one room, plastic outdoor chairs (No specially designed, ergonomic, back support, million dollar corporate chairs here!). Plastic not great with sweaty limbs...again, I will leave your imagination to do the talking! Internet is slow, no sound on computer, I don't think we have had a computer ...
... for the rest of the day. He provided us with a contact in Palawan (Brenda) and his entrepreneurial nephew (Erick) who is into telco software. Got a final lift down to town with the doctor for dinner at Gazebo before boarding our 7.45pm night bus to Manila. Tom was initially most concerned about the arctic Aircon, until at ~1am there was a huge explosion and we thought the roof had come down. It was in fact a whole side ...