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... for a bit! Ohh and my review of Antman is that it's alright, a bit cringey at times and not massively my kind of film, but enjoyable nonetheless. Walking back to the hostel we were able to see what Manila offered at night time, especially the lively daytime streets around us. As with other general impressions of the city, it really doesn't help itself from some dodgy bars and establishments to places with loud, lively sounding music but actually being hidden away ...
... and I promised myself to
just get into a group to chat and I am so glad I did so. I met two lovely people
who were a couple from Spain and had now been travelling for three years. I
also met two lovely guys from America who were travelling together. The couple
were headed to Thailand and so I spoke to the guys and we all organised to
visit Rizal Park in Manila.
This was an adventure on it own
just getting there!! The jeepneys here are ...
Mr Milnes writing this one...
Uncle Raffy was host for breakfast but as we were up late (needed a good sleep) his family had already eaten. To get to his house we had to walk through the bakery shop, and through the back of house, preparation area.
After breakfast we went to the school where uncle Bobby is director. He had a tour planned, the highlight of which was the brass band who proudly put on a great show for us. During the show we asked about traditional ...
This week was fortunately quite uneventful. I had a 24hr flu on Thursday, but luckily with some extra sleep and some meds, I was able to kick it quickly. I went to a really nice local day spa for a pedicure and manicure this weekend. Instead of using large massage chairs with heated water for your feet, this place was "old school". They had comfortable lounge chairs that allowed you to almost lay completely flat while a pedicurist brought in ...
... Those people were in addition to the workers that were keeping the shelves stocked and organized.
In most cases, everyone can understand English; some speak it better than others. Unfortunately, the taxi drivers seem to have the worst comprehension of English. I’m always worried that they have no idea where I told them to take me and I’ll end up in some random area. I have the address of my apartment and ...