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Hard work to the end.
The most predictable thing about the Philippines was that we would not be allowed to leave easily. And so it is I'm sitting writing this in the worst airport lounge in the world (voted by a website that monitors all airports) with nothing to do while our flight is horrendously delayed because the computer systems are down and it's manual check-in only. We arrived at 4.45am, it's now 7.30am and only half the passengers on our flight, due to ...
... were 2 bands on the quay side, one with cheer leaders and the other with flag waving acrobatic type dancers. Both were excellent, each played brass instruments and drums and they entertained the passengers for about 3 hours as we all dwindled back to the ship by 7pm. You have to hand it to them they know how to put on a show and even the resident dance troupe on board were taking note of the acrobatic moves. What more can I say but ...
... slightly, but the reality of the storm began to rise. In those next 100 meters we saw two of the first victims who's lives were taken by the storm, their bodies covered with a blanket. It was something I never imagined I would see along the streets of Tacloban.
When we approached Bliss I was searching for the usual back entrance of my past host family's property, but before I knew it the yellow arches were right before me, with nothing around them I recognized. ...
... dumber by the day.) Since the sign that says not to stand on the wall hadn't presented itself yet, I got some pictures of the ocean and faux sunset. I also got a picture of the giant rocks just on the other side of the wall, where it appears that many folks attempted to traverse with two sandals and returned with at least one bare foot. It also appeared that half of a chair from the All In The Family set had washed ashore as well.
Ok, so i arrived in Manila on 18th evening. I checked into my hostel and walked around the streets a bit. It was very bustling and fairly dirty, loads of traffic, reminded me a bit of Bangkok, but unique in its own way. I stopped at a fast food restaurant, and was just amazed at how laid back people were, and the staff all start singing loudly whenever a song come on the radio. I went to a big shopping mall to try to find a travel agency, i found one but they ...
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