- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Finally we got on the Emirates flight to KL and we were able to sleep.
We got to KL and were still pretty tired. At least the airport was big and interesting and even featured a mini rainforest in the middle, so we had stuff to keep us entertained.
After 4 hours of KL we hopped aboard Philippine Airlines and headed to the motherland.
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... Hospitality.” This basically means that “Mam” or “Sir” is attached to anything being said to a foreigner. It felt nice, but made me feel a little old all at the same time LOL!
I finally met up with my mom at the airport. I got to meet the first of several (REAL ) uncles, my mom’s younger brother Andy. In the PI, everyone has titles that go along with their names, and it’s all based on age/your relationship to that person. Filipinos ...
... boat lights were bobbing about in the distance. We had made it to Juan's homeland and it felt good; he was in a whole different realm. To try and figure out what was going through his head would have been a fools errand. I can't even begin to imagine his thoughts. I haven't even been alive 35 years, let alone remember any of the first 5. He walked his own pace and looked out at the horizon with a very mesmerized look. 47 years.
... streets the poverty of the city was in full view, with an almost shanty like quality. There were makeshift homes assembled and lined up on the footpaths. A sight to behold. But then as we drove through Makate, signs of a small middle class were in evidence, and the ...