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... as the food is safer for me there.
We drive around to find a suitable hotel near Burnham park so we can check out a bit of nightlife. Burnham Suites was clean, affordable, and had a large room and even included a continental breakfast. We check in and wander the park. The city is getting ready for the Flower Festival (Panabenga Festival) that is occurring ...
... Antique shops and small boutiques occupy the centuries old structures. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the cobblestone street, only kalesas (horse drawn carriages), which contribute greatly to the atmosphere. Trying to escape the heat, we make our way over to the local market, and find the folks there clearly not used to seeing westerners. Wherever we walk (mostly in single file due to the crowds and the narrow corridors), eyes are on us. ...
... can afford just to waste days because of our stupidity.
After the cafe we ate at McDonalds which has a 40p (pound) saver menu which I made use of. Philippines doe have it's own food but we know so little about it and the opportunity has yet to arise to eat it properly. Back in Malaysia I wrote how we ate at a Philippines food stand and I mused that I doubted Filipino food was steaks and rice, it seems I was wrong, alot of it does seem to be that sort of thing.
... and checked in for my flight with about an hour to spare. I used the time to try and figure out what I was going to do when I land in Clark. I didn’t figure anything out.
I got off the plane in Clark, breezed through immigration and my bag was the fourth one to come off the belt, so I was out of there like a flash. I hopped in a Jeepney and went straight to the bus terminal ...
... me up.
Around 7:00pm the street lights come on and we realize we the difficulty of getting taxi. There are two men mixing cement by the road and they point to steps that are a short cut to a busier road below. It's a marvel how every house-owner incorporates steps as he builds the house and they all connect to provide a pedestrian thoroughfare from atop to the base of such a high hill.
On the road at the end of the steps there is no cab ...