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Hello everyone! Just a quick back story of how this opportunity has come about:I was planning on going back to Kenya this current semester but I had had no luck last semester finding somewhere to intern at. My friend Jesse, who had gone with the Graue Scholars to the Philippines last year, said the development bank acted like they would take students for 'job training' from our group. I immediately jumped on the opportunity and met with Mario Reyes, the Dean of ...
... needless to say it was a lovely day. Less the fact that the facial lady left me in the room with a mask on for over an hour (I think she actually forgot about me haha) it was all an interesting experience and so cheap!! I couldn't complain. Later that night I went out for sushi with Andrew and Maria's son Raphael. After dinner and drinks he took us to a club or so i thought until i realized all ...
... so we just ambled down various pathways all the while avoiding the tricycles that were driving down them, bearing in mind the width of the paths were about wide enough for one tricycle so all hell would break loose when two met in opposite directions!! The great thing about this market, despite it's size and selection, is that you are able to haggle with the store owners to get a price you think is fair and this is a game with no animosity, just ...
... of our return home.
We’re back in LA now as I write our final entry, recovering from jetlag and missing Asia. Iris and I are very fortunate and grateful for our journey (the first of many to come), and the people along the way who helped make it great. Marty, Danielle, Julian, Sonny and Bobby Zabala, Vince, Tita Lou and Tito Willie, and Mom and Dad... Thank You.
And now back to reality. Until our next ...
... Bliss when they saw me
It's the little things that make amazing memories here.
We have one flight down (Tacloban to Manila) and are sitting in the Manila
airport now for our 8 hour layover - blah. This is the strangest international
airport (in a capital city no less) that I've ever been in. Since we're so early
our airline counter isn't even open do we're spread out in ...