Victoria Court Cuneta
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... well have come from another world. Perhaps it's no coincidence that these were also the best three places, by a Welsh country mile, that we visited. The beaches and the mountain scenery were spectacular and made the visit worthwhile. Once here. In particular Banaue stands out as one of the most beautiful individual sites on the planet. But even so, because of the effort it takes to get here I'm not sure I would recommend anyone follows in our footsteps. Because most of ...
... of caring from my hands even though I never touched her and her eyes were closed. When I told her where I "felt" strong energies she revealed that she had had trauma in those areas when she was younger. I'm a believer even more so now in Reiki power.
I had 2 massages along with the scrub, 2 colonics, a raw food "cooking" demo, and yoga daily, which isn't really anything new for me and 2 Qigong classes. Our rooms were fairly open air with a fan and the dining area and ...
... the promenade deck, (our deck), the
railing was crowded with excited Filipino crew; all gazing
shoreward. Some of them were already busy talking to their loved
ones on their cell phones. It was a very happy and touching scene.
Tears started to well up in
my eyes, and I started to choke. It was my first visit via a cruise
ship, and my first visit since 2008. It is here where I was born,
where both my parents were born, and now ...
... Nicole, and their family as they awaited her fiance visa to be approved. It was a great stroke of luck for Mom and I, as they provided us shelter, a ride to the airport, and took us out to a movie premiere! Uh yeah, you read that correctly. It turns out that Sheila's sister, Kitchie Nadal, happens to be a famous singer-songwriter in the Philippines! Her friend directed a movie and this was her big movie debut. So Mom and I found the nicest things in our suitcases and accompanied them to ...
... felt pretty awkward because we had no kids and took the front row of the train. Whatever, they live there and can go there anytime they want. This is me time.
It was pretty fun to be around kids. I work in a commercial area of Manila so I don't see that many children either at work (obviously), on the walk to work, or at the hotel. I can't say that I generally enjoy other people's kids, but it did bring me some joy to see ...