Victoria Court Cuneta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the best it can be. They ask where I've been and always offer suggestions on their favorite places. People would help me find the right jeepney and even on the jeepney the other customers would ask where I'm going so they can tell me when to get off. As always, thank you for reading about my adventures this summer. I hope you've learned a little something about the Philippines and I hope I have inspired you to explore something new and unfamiliar. To those of you that emailed ...
... we meandered up a hill we took a tour of the local university were both of Berto's parents got their undergraduate degrees. We stopped at the dairy and picked up some water buffalo milk and yogurt. Next we stopped by a memorial where the Boy Scouts had an international gathering many years ago. As an Eagle Scout I had to stop of course and take a photo with the scout sign. We finally made it to My friend Berto's family's house which they just had built a few years ago as ...
... at Jollibee we waited outside the terminal sleeping on the benches until it opened. It wasn't bad until Avery tells me he needs to poop and the only toilet is in the terminal. Thankfully the security let us in for a few minutes. The last hiccup of our return was that with no money left in our pockets because we spent everything before we got to the terminal, we were all hungry and waiting to get to manila when ...
... peered around hoping to see familiar faces. We came up a large cargo truck flipped on its side directly in the middle of the road, a hospital with its windows blown out yet still filled with people in need, we trekked again through knee deep water, carefully watching each step.
When we rounded the final turn to enter our GoAbroad Office Complex, we were confronted with 3 or 4 feet of water, reminiscent of our own apartment a few hours before. We ...
The flight to Tokyo was long, but Earl and I had lots to talk about. I'm enjoying being able to have this concentration of time to just talk.
It's been a busy previous set of weeks with a trip to Florida the week before and a number of writing assignments that I've had to finish before leaving. Before that Bev and I traveled to Toronto, Canada for the Canadian National ...