Anito Hotel Pasay
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... time we were in the north, to get a torrential soaking that carries on to this day. That was our good luck.
And now this is our bad luck. After a little break for coffee and scrabble its now 8.40am, one hour after scheduled departure, and we still don't have all the passengers through check-in, nor do we have any announcements or screen information. The infrastructure has broken down and maybe not just in the airport. I've deliberately avoided looking up ...
... healer that reminded me of a Pinay Ho Chi Minh with his long white bearded looks. He emanated calm from every pore and his musical skills were amazing. I asked what instruments he could play and he answered matter of factly, "all of them." We were treated to his guitar playing at the beach while our monk Bhante accompanied him on the flute. I also did a day trip around Puerto Princesa with Loloy as my guide.
We went to several interesting places including a beautiful old church, ...
... I was the first passenger to rush down the
gangway. At the port terminal, I recognized my nephews Michael,
M.A. and my niece's, Michelle and Jovy. Beside, them was my eldest
niece Darlene, and her daughter, Celestine. Together they were
holding a banner scribbled in bright colors that read, “Welcome
HOME, Tita (Auntie) Lotty & Uncle Bert”. They came early and
were prepared to stand in line to honor our arrival. It looked like
Okay, I'm on a roll now. As you can see...I started out my bucket list trip in Manila and Olongapo. I posted a picture, but neglected to really talk about my visit to an elementary school before I left town. My cousin Dennis' wife Gail works in the Cantina (snack bar) of an elementary school across town. My mother and he made arrangements for me to go and visit. I'm sure my mom did this for two reasons: 1) I'm a teacher duh, and she wanted me to see classes in the PI, ...
... a giant inflatable beach ball surrounded by a half dozen Filipino grade-schoolers. So I took pictures instead.
I kind of wish I had a legitimate camera. My cell phone camera actually takes pretty great pictures but there really isn't a way to not look like a creeper when you're sizing up pictures on your cell phone. I feel like if I had a legit camera, one with the lens that sticks out and you manually zoom and stuff, it would ...