Traders Hotel, Manila
Travel Blogs from Pasay
... with a mirror, where our welcoming party, a little scary, but hay-ho. Quick dip and a few training lengths in the pool was enough to bring my swollen post flight feets back to a semi decent size! A corona and goose by the pool passed the time until the arival of the 2 other members of our awesome travel team, Heidi & Ove. Jippee! Heidi and i wasted no time and hit the shops, the boys hit the casino. I wonder ...
... system in 1924 were the following regular units:
... kaya ko rin yan!
Actually, nagawa ko nang magbalance mag isa. Hindi na ako nag papaalalay, ang yabang ko na nga ehh. Talagang nakukuha ko nang umikot sa buong field, though, hindi ako kasing husay ng ibang naroon, pero at least, nagagawa ko nang makatayo at makapag padulas ng walang umaalalay.
... updating my journal.
Flight opened at 8.30. They had a separate desk for passengers who'd checked in on line which comprised me and a Chinese lady so we skipped the queue and were through immigration in a couple of minutes. Watched the first half of the France/GB woman's Olympic basketball in the departure lounge. The flight takes 3.5 hours so assuming everything is on time I should be in the Philippines by 2pm. Bought a ham and cheese sandwich and a coffee from one ...
... the 7 kilos cost about £18! The airline website said 20K but I wasn't in a position to argue!
Another security check - this time a more thorough one!
Then into a very modern bright terminal with good free wifi which is where I am now writing this
Flight boarding in 1 hour - and a 90 minute flight down to Cagayan de Oro where if all goes to plan I will be met by AG Edong - if not -it will be plan b - [ must think of a plan B!]