The Mabuhay Manor
Travel Blogs from Pasay
Meeeee! Argo was the film of choice for the second leg of the flight, but thats all i managed before passing out for thankfully the rest of the jouney. Manila airport was straight forward and hassel free, but Jon's suitcase seemed to be having far too much fun on the plane and came off last looking a little worse for ware! A short taxi ride later got us to our hotel, sniffer dogs and those guys that look under ...
... as Fort Mills, in honor of Brigadier General Samuel Meyers Mills, Jr., Chief of Artillery of the U.S. Army from 1905 to 1906. By early 1909, H Company of the 2nd Battalion of the Corps of Engineers was assigned to Corregidor and started on ...
... kailangan kong matuto!
Ayan! Nagagawa ko nang tumayo, inaalalayan nalang ako ni Daryl kung sakaling bigla akong mawalan ng balance.
Konti nalang at makakapaglikot narin ako sa buong ice skating field.
Mabuti pa ang ilang bata, mas maliit pa sakin ngunit nakakapag exhibition. Kung kaya nila, ...
Manila was... well quite the eye opening experience. Tom and
I had low to negative expectations of our visit to the Philippine capital. We
had booked our flight there not really researching what there was to do and
this was a huge mistake. Apparently everyone else got the memo, as when Tom and
I left our hostel, there wasn’t another American or European to be seen. The
problem with Manila is because of the massive bombings in World War II ...
... Sara enjoyed it so much as their are hardly any waves. The turquoise sea gave us a bounty feeling paradise so I decided to go for scuba diving only I did have a slight problem that Laura was unable to dive with me due to her pregnacy. Problem was solved very quickly while I convinced Chery to go for a PADI scuba experience. Well, she enjoyed it as much as me and she stayed 50 minutes on a depth of at least ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking