Tri-Place Hotel Pasay
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... of the Philippines, preferring this time just to experience things first hand without being prejudiced by what I've read. All I know is from an overheard conversation with Randy in Banaue that the country has its first President who is a true democrat. He obviously didn't think much of Corey Aquino, so-called mother of democracy. We have seen "I love Imelda" t-shirts being worn in Laoag. But more than anything we've seen religion. The most vociferously religious country ...
... are gangs there as well. One gang even have slingshots that shoot nails. I said I wanted to walk through the area but they wouldn't let me. I don't know why I wanted to see the place so much, but I guess I'll have to settle with looking at it from the outside.
After Intramurous we look for a hotel on Roxas [row-haas] boulevard along Manila Bay. We find the Diamond Hotel at Manila Bay waterfront ...
... creepy. Although, the Philippines has a relatively high kidnap vs. journalist ratio, so maybe creepy is better than kidnapped.
When we finally made it back to the restaurant an hour later, they were serving number 8. I don't know what goes on inside the Viking, but it must be pretty sweet because folks ain't leaving. So, we skipped the Viking and went to a place about a quarter mile down the road called Buffet 101 ...
... to be in traffic for at least 3 hours. No word of a lie. Picture over 100 million people in 1 City... That about sums up their traffic jams. We will never complain about rush hour back home again.
Although we didn't see much of the Philippines what we were lucky enough to see, we loved. We will definitely make our way back here one day. We felt rejuvenated after our time here and were ready to take on the world again.
Life is good!
... boat moored out from the beach. There was a basketball court so jimmy played with the Tao boys against the fishermen -it was a pretty full on game! All the guys were just in sandals- and were running so fast in them! We were all in one hut together and the karaoke started about 8 o clock- the loudest music ever! The ear plugs didn't really drown it out, but the fishermen love it- it brings in much needed money into the community. There was really heavy rain all night so ...
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