The Mabuhay Manor
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- Swimming pool
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I knew I was pushing my luck weight-wise and was relieved when the check-in attendant did not weigh my hand luggage. I had my laptop down the back of my trousers and had taken a bag of books out of the hand luggage but it was still too heavy. My big bag was allowed and it was just under 21kg! I then replaced everything in the hand luggage and was about to go through the terminal fee entrance when ...
... br> It took me a few minutes to even turn around and look at the VFV center. There is stood, the lounge at the front of the building on the top floor, now opened to extend the balcony; the exterior wall and most of the roof on the top floor were completely demolished. The front door, made of glass, was clearly smashed in. All around me debris was scattered and the entire community was outside their homes trying to literally pick up the pieces, but they were there and ...
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