Anito Hotel Pasay
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March 23rd (Sunday)
I slept in. It had been a long while since I could actually wake up so late. When I finally woke up, I ate lunch with Stephanie's family. Then I read Eat, Pray, Love.
For the evening, Stephanie's family took me out to eat ramen noodles. Currently, ramen noodles houses are the craze in Manila.
While we were waiting for our food, Stephanie and I got some bubble tea. I got the Oreo kind.
After dinner, we ...
... to first dot the third eye - then other parts of the body - ears - mouth - nose - head - etc as the music gets louder and the lion came to life. It was not particularly easy to get photos as the chaos ensued - the dragon and lions were moving all around - people were all trying to get photos - etc and I was trying to focus with a new lens that I am not yet used to - but I did manage a few shots of the lions and the dragon. We are staying ...
First time Eurotel customer here and I’m pleasantly surprised.
They provide accommodation that’s comparable to quite expensive hotels. I kinda
wish I tried them sooner. Anyway, the room I got was cleaned really well. The
mattress was a bit thinner that I’m used to but not uncomfortable. The sheets
were all new and nice to the touch. AC is good and ...
... the trip. The area we were in is referred to as Bay City. 30 years ago it was part of Manila Bay but during the reign of Imelda Marcos the area was reclaimed (filled in to be land) and has since become a major entertainment complex that includes the Mall of Asia, the second largest mall in the Philippines and the 11th largest mall in the world. Much like an awkward teenage dude passing a group of ladies, we didn't actually go in amongst ...
... is one of the biggest shopping centers on earth. A good place to watch a movie and have dinner.
On our last day we had a short look around Intramuros. Unfortunately the cathedral was closed for renovation and so we went on to Fort Santiago. One of the most remarkable things about the fort was that they literally build a golf course around and even through it (not the Spaniards but the golf course owners). Quite unique indeed. ...