The Sylvia Manor
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... street in the Philippines. It's a bit crowded and the roads need further development. But I enjoyed strolling around the city because of the smiling and virtuous locals that abound. On our way to our clients, I saw the University of Negros Occidental - Recoletos, the City Plaza and Cathedral, the modern CyberCentre - an IT and BPO Hub in the city, the Luzurriaga Cemetery - a Guiness Record holder for being the only cemetery in the world located at the intersection of ...
... at Ted's. It was my first time to eat Iloilo's well-known "batchoy", a very delicious local version of ramen noodles. It is made of special noodles cooked with tasty soup and topped with chicken or beef meat, spring onions, fried garlic and other spices. I was a little bit apprehensive on the idea of tasting this famous food in Iloilo as I was not really used to eating noodles. But this apprehension of mine suddenly changed upon ...
... idea where we were going and who to call. Sensible idea from us! A woman and 2 children got in the taxi with us round the corner so we felt a bit better. The taxi took 2 hours and cost 150p per person. It wasn't too bad but both the little boys were being sick and at one point we heard the woman say 'firing squad' and 'injection' so we wondered whether they were going to take us to some random place and murder us.. The two blonde girls from ...
... fathers have work in the fields only during harvest time, but then have trouble finding work the rest of the year. We met the pastor of the church, next to which we would build the CR, a very small, but extremely hard working man of 53 years. We were waiting on supplies so we went to visit a few families. I am not sure what I expected... I guess I have never experienced such extreme poverty. I guess I expected the houses to have floors made of ...
... Manokay). It's a row of open aired restaurants all with punters outside trying to get you into their establishment. Again, we picked the one that was full of Philippinos and we certainly werent disappointed. You got to select what part of the chicken you wanted, and off they went to prepare it for you. About fifteen minutes later the waiter comes back with your chicken on a skewer, and a cup of rice on your plate. ...