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... and stores are being rebuilt. We visited the oldest church in the country that dates back to the 1500s. It was badly damaged in the fall. Attached to the church Casey and I noticed a high school. There were children standing outside looking down and waving at us. Out of curiosity, we wandered into the school grounds and were surprised when the guard let us in with a big smile. We walked through the courtyard to see some kids playing on the basketball ...
... and determined pace) back through the grimy streets to our beds.
What we'd seen of Manila so far had not made us very excited for our second evening there, 10 days later. Nevertheless, refreshed from the holiday on Palawan, we came back with optimism. Optimism that was quickly broken by a dodgy taxi driver who'd tampered with his meter, aggressively staring men on the street and touts hawking stolen iPhones and fake Rolexes.
In the evening, after ...
... its the last chance for a bit of sunshine and pool chilling before we start the next stage of the adventure. To make the most of our last full day we get the Express to Sentosa, Singapore's answer to a man made haven. The huge Merlion is amazing, but we just take a long walk down the beach and feel the sand between our toes for the first time since we left home. We watched the sunset over the sea... Beautiful. Our tummies start to rumble and we ...
... section. I was amazed at how organised and controlled everything was. They all waited patiently to be picked up out of their cribs, one at a time. Shared their toys. Come food time, they all sat in a line for their turn to be fed. No food was thrown around, no child rejected the food. Each mouthful straight into the mouth (no aeroplanes or train noises needed!!) At the end of play time, each was returned to their crib (no tears) and a bottle of milk given to ...
... lost' the most?! Favourite 'shop' I found, Starbucks! For the boys, today was a big day. Liverpool v Tottenham and Man U v Chelsea, so Jon, Ove and I braved a very dodgy taxi ride into town to find a sports bar. Needless to say, the Everton and Tottenham fan where not to happy, the Chelsea fan, well he had goose ;-) Back to the hotel at 02:30, alarm set for 05:30, for and early start toward paradise. Who needs ...
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