Tower Inn Business Hotel
Travel Blogs from Makati
... barbecue that was prepared by my cousin in law, Ate Ohmay, who wasn't able to make it to the party... it is seriously the best barbecue ever (haha)!!
Soon after I arrived, my Nanay Joving made it to the party. In her old age, it is sometimes hard for her to remember names of people (especially if she doesn't see them too often), so I was anxious to see if she would remember me. As soon as she saw me, she said she knew me, said I ...
... said that they
received a text past 11 in the evening that the flight was canceled but has
read it the next day. Your hotline is open until 11 in the evening so
what help did it give in announcing it if the hotline is already unavailable?
No supervisor arrived but they were able to bump us in the 6:55AM which was
a puzzle because the ground steward has just informed us that the plane was
already full. Did ...
... Mills between 1909 and 1923.The defense of Corregidor was the immediate responsibility of the Philippine Coast Artillery Command, commanded by Major General George F. Moore at the start of World War II. Stationed on the island after the return to ...
... to me, assuming that Tom would make all the decisions. From what I
understand Southeast Asia isn’t really like this, so both Tom and I were
surprised by how male dominated it is. 2. It is an extremely formal culture.
Every time anyone helped either of us it was “Excuse me Sir”, or “Excuse me
Mam”. And it wasn’t just the first time you engaged, the entire conversation
was spoken like this. Definitely not used ...
Early breakfast and picked up at 0800 by the College driver and two staff - Mich and Rien. Fast drive on the motorway to Manila. Only incident of note was and accident.
en route - a pig lorry had turned over and there seemed to be a lot of dead ones:(
Checked in at Terminal 2 - which is very modern, clean and light. Met Sally from Humanity First at the car parking [ you cant get into the terminal without a passport and ...